Photography – Recently Published Works

My work with Girls Of The Con was recently featured on Marie Claire UK as part of an article about the book “Cosplay World” by Prestel Publishing. The image of Storm & Wolverine I shot for the 2014 Girls Of The Con Calendar made it to their feature. Out of hundreds of pics in the book itself they chose mine among a few select others to feature in the article. Super excited. Always amazed when people worldwide are enjoying my photography.

Read the article here:

A few of my images were also recently published in CosplayZine Magazine. The images were part of a set of photos we took at Oakland Historic Cemetery in Atlanta. The photos were a recreation / cosplay of Sweeney Todd and Mrs. Lovett as done by Doctor Madness Custom Creations for Girls Of The Con 2014 Cosplay Calendar. Seems that was a good year for me 🙂 Here are a few image from that set and publication.


Some of my work published in mediums other than print can be found around my Hometown of Gainesville, Georgia. I have images on the rotating directory at The Hunt Tower. Images hanging in Avocados Restaurant. and even a bus stop in front of the North Tower of Northeast Georgia Hospital that was part of the Vision 2030 Art Project. They published a night shot of the downtown Gainesville Square I had taken from the top of the Hunt Tower and printed it to glass and mounted it on a bus stop. Pretty honored by that one. I have a pic of me sitting at my bus stop, but I wont burden you with my ugly face after sharing so many beautiful ones in this article.

I’ve added a few locations where my work is also now shown. Gainesville Airport, Gainesville City Hall, Chattahoochee Golf Club, and City Planning and Zoning office. I’ll try to add pics of those locations as I get them but if you are local just take a look next time you are there. Maybe you can spot my work 🙂

City Hall – Public Works


Five of my pieces in Canvas now on display at the City of Gainesville’s new water treatment facility. Thanks to Captured to Canvas “Where Art Touches Reality” for helping my work find a home here. And thank you to the City of Gainesville for making me part of your facility! My work literally hangs all over my hometown and I am very grateful for it.

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