One Year in Austin
It's been one year in Austin. On this day, last year, we packed our bags and started the drive from L.A. to Austin. I'm still discovering this city and the surrounding areas with my camera, but so far, I'm realizing... it's a great place to live.
The compilation: Formula One Grand Prix, Pennybacker bridge, the beautiful oak trees, downtown Austin, the swimming holes (straight out of a Huckleberry Finn book), Mueller park, the changing seasons (well, compared to L.A ), sunrise on Lake Travis, Blanton art museum, downtown Austin, snow, my favorite swimming hole.
Returning to a little "normality"
Many places are still closed, but the golf courses are open. Thanks to the Avery Ranch Golf Club for giving us a taste of normality, because this world has felt anything but normal these past two months.
CitiesToBe Photo Award Finalist
My photography series... "The Architecture of Austin Freeways" and this specific photo... is a finalist in the CitiesToBe photo award. This definitely made my evening. https://www.citiestobe.com/photoaward/
Riker's Town Movie
Will be living, eating, breathing film this year. This is a still from one of the Riker's Town scenes, a feature-length movie that will take us the entire year to make...
2019 MonoVisions Photography Awards - Honorable Mention
International Photography Awards: One Shot
My "Playing in the Alley" photo gets an honorable mention in the International Photography Awards: One Shot Street Photography Competition.
2019 Fine Art Photography Awards - Winners list
Happy to see my Museum of Words photo as part of this year's 2019 Fine Art Photography Awards winners.
Snowstorm in NYC
An older photo of a snowstorm in NYC sent over to the Duncan Miller Gallery as part of their New York City collection.
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