Sunday, March 29, 2009

Timy Fairfield Scratchboard/Clayboard

Being an artist means working in a variety of different mediums
to maintain sanity.
I delve into photography, sculpture, clayboard, music, etc...
Scratchboard is probably the most tedious form of artwork that I do,
but for some odd reason I find
a bit of solace when working in this medium.
I haven't worked in scratchboard in a long-time,
but ran across my archive of ones I had created in the past.
When things are slow for me, I'll post an image from time to time.

This one is of Timy Fairfield.
(taken from the launch issue of UCmag)
I believe the photog is Scott Cherry.

All work is free hand.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Sportiva Ad: Joe Kinder on "Southern Comfort R" FA

2009 Sportiva AD: Testarossa's

My image of Joe Kinder making the First Ascent of
"Southern Comfort R" 5.14b in
Little River Canyon, AL
drops in the mags this month.

Monday, March 16, 2009

When it rains, we (climbers) go shootin!

Joe Haynes gets the AR-15 ready.
Joe scopes out a target for Marie
Adam Taylor with the AR-15

Adam Taylor
Joe Haynes covers Marie's ears.
Joe Haynes making the can dance.
My first shot, I shot the Budweiser can dead center.
Length: Aprx. 50 yards
The Can...

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Images from the "Show of Shows"

For those of you how don't know,
the Show of Shows is the largest War Memorabilia Show in the world.

I was hired by Victory Militaria to shoot images of the show for a slideshow.

Im a photographer and have no idea what any of these items are,
so if you have any questions about what you see here,

Here are a few images:

"The German Close Combat Clasp of WWII"
Author: Thomas Durante

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


If anyone cares, I signed up for a Twitter account today.
Figuring out what the hype is about, so this may not last...we'll see.

I believe that Calais has 3 or 4 days left on the on the STI
Internship Contest. If you haven't already or if you have.
Click on video below and watch for the first or 100th time.