A gallery of my work organized by year.
I got adventurous this year and climbed my fat butt to the top of the Effigy on Saturday afternoon. From there I was able to take a 180 degree series of photos of the entire burn. A little playing around in Microsoft’s ICE software and this is the result. Enjoy.
Another year, another Alchemy. Once again I spent a wonderfully peaceful time at or near my camp. What meanderings I did enjoy took me up to the effigy or down to Camp Science and Camp Sheherazade.
We’re still unpacking and recovering so all of my photos aren’t prepped yet. Here are a few that stood out during my initial load and first pass. Enjoy.
Full gallery from Alchemy 2011 is here.
What’s a photo blog report from Dragon*Con 2011 without a few photos. I’m still working on the report, so while you wait, enjoy these:
You can jump straight to the full gallery here.
(edit: cross posted to LiveJournal)
I’m at Dragon*Con this weekend. Watch this space for some of the best (and possibly worst) costumes of the Con.
If you’re at the con, come looking for me somewhere around the Hyatt bar or (what left of ) the smoking deck just off the bar. I’m the big bearded guy with a pipe, a bottle of rum and a camera.
The first couple of edits from Sunday’s group shoot at Atlanta Bound IV. Enjoy. More to come in the next few days.
(behind the cut for NSFW)
I’m still working through all of the sets from the Atlanta Bound day of photography at 1763. It’s going to take me a couple of days to get everything together and run the shots by the models before posting them.
Watch this space for the results of one of the most fun group shoots I have participated in without firearms in a long time.
A quick look back at 2010, in photos. (included photos are safe, gallery linked is nsfw)
The rest of the year after the jump
I’m still going back through all my shoots over the last half dozen years. I’m back to mid 2008 at this point and will be posting more as time goes by.
There are some new shoots coming up in the next couple of weeks and possibly some never before seen sets given permission for publication.
For now, I leave you with this very not safe for work image of the lovely Aimee. This was taken during the Alchemy Burn in 2008 at the Duckstock camp.
Photo after the break.
We survived another year at Alchemy: The Georgia Burn in north west Georgia. There was over 1,700 people there which makes it one of the top 2 or 3 regional burns in the country.
I’m sure you all want to hear about how Wendi and I hung out at our camp, talked to people, spun my fire-staff… what? Pictures? You think I took *pictures*???? At a Burn???
Yep. I did. You know me so well.
Here’s the first batch. More coming soon as I get time.