It may feel like the end of the 2018-19 school year will never arrive, but in spite of the still-chilly weather, Spring Break is nearly upon us with summer following closely behind. Senior Year… I know you are excited and nervous thinking about it. You’ll have a lot of things on your mind in the weeks and months ahead, including where to get your Senior Pictures done.
My work appears on another new website, https://resilienceptchatt.com/.
It is the website for Meagan Moyers, a longtime physical therapist who has started her own practice as a postpartum physical therapist. You can find her at 400 East Main Street #140B in Chattanooga, on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Very nice person!
In addition to photography, I performed SEO work on this website, developing the keywords that would form the backbone of the website and determine what content followed. This meant taking a deep dive into exploring pelvic floor dysfunction for pregnant and postpartum women. Not exactly something I was knowledgeable about, but that’s what I love about my work: I am constantly learning new things and translating industry jargon into everyday language so I can help others to discover them as well.
I woke up yesterday to a brilliant ball of fire in the sky…
As we approach my birthday month, February 2019 is now the wettest February on record for North Alabama, with 12.60″ of rain (as of Saturday, February 24th). February 23rd broke the record for the most rainfall recorded on that date.
It’s all been a bit much. Day after day of gray skies and torrential rain can do a number on the human psyche. Symptoms of winter Seasonal Affective Disorder often include oversleeping or difficulty waking up in the morning, nausea, and a tendency to over eat, often with a craving for carbohydrates, which leads to weight gain (yeah, we’ll blame it on that).
So when I woke up on Sunday the 24th and noticed thin slivers of orange light intruding upon my bedroom, I rushed outside and sat on my porch simply allowing the rays of sunlight to absorb into my skin. It felt wonderful…
The next thing I did was to grab my DSLR and iPhone and drive up to Little River Canyon National Preserve to get some shots of the rainwater making its way from the mountaintops, roaring with an awesome power. I recorded some video of this extraordinary sight.
One of my main accounts at Riverworks has been Flexabed, manufacturer of adjustable beds for 50 years. During our years of professional collaboration, I’ve worked with these fine folks to create promotional images, videos, product copy, social media posts, and trade show materials.
I’m proud that my images of a popular upscale Smoky Mountain eatery, the Dancing Bear Appalachian Bistro, have been seen this week in regional and national media, such as MSN, Yahoo! Finance, The Grubwire, ABC15-TV, Food News Feed, and Food and Wine.
A brand new year is on the horizon. With that in mind, I’m planning my availability to do photo shoots during the new year. Contact me if you are interested in reserving one of these dates. Note: I am available after 5:30 pm on Mondays and Tuesdays in Chattanooga TN with some notice. Photography assignments between 6:30 am-5:30 pm Eastern must be booked through Riverworks Marketing.
March 2-3 (Fort Payne or Scottsboro only)
March 16 (Fort Payne only)
Images from various hotel and bed & breakfast photography shoots.
As I sit here on this Sunday morning, the rain is pouring outside. When I was a child, I used to hate the rain because it meant not getting to play outside. I’m still not particularly fond of it when I have my commute to work ahead, but when I have no particular place I have to go, it’s a lot like snow: Let ‘er rip.
Full disclosure: I love storms. I never wish for harm or damage, but it is an adrenaline rush when a storm does roll in. Perhaps I was conditioned during my years as a newspaper reporter, hopping in a car to rush out to get photos of damage.Read More
A recent headshot for actor and singer Melanie Tolbert.
I recently photographed the newly remodeled showroom for Honda of Cleveland Tennessee.