CV and Credits

Book Credits

Muscle Cars by Sarah Bridges


My Path To Math-Measurement by Penny Dowdy


Courage by Kimberly Jane Pryer


Police Cars in Action by Capstone Press


Police Cars by Kay Manolis, Bellwether Media


Freight Trains by Capstone Press


Saving Our Habitats by Brainworks


Math Insights by Hoon


Good Rabbitkeeping by Sue Fox


Why Don't Students Like School? by Willingham


Kinderwissen by Bertlesmann Publishers


The Fourth Branch by Rees


Climate Change, Headline Issues by Royston


How Honest Are You? by Jeni Wittrock, Capstone Press


World Trade Report 2010 by WTO


Child Dangers by The Christian Institute, UK


Bob Jones University Press publications

Charleston, SC; 


Cool Stuff Every Kid Should Know by Kate Boehm Jerome, Arcadia 

Publishing.


Beagle by Charles and Linda George, Scholastic


Trains by Thea Feldman, Kingfisher


Show Me Transportation by Mari Schuh, A+ Books


Three Cheers for Trees!: A Book about Our Carbon Footprint By Angie Lepetit


Prairie Dogs By Meryl Magby


Energy for Everyone? the Business of Energy By Nick Hunter Gareth Stevens Publishing


Horses on the Farm By Rose Carraway Gareth Stevens Publishing


Freight Trains in Action By Adele Richardson


Cars By Anne Flounders Gareth Stevens Publishing


Peyton & Eli Manning in the Community

Matt Anniss,Britannica Educational Publishing


New Perspectives on HTML, CSS, and XML, Comprehensive by

Patrick Carey, Engage Learning


Fundamentals Of Fire Fighter Skills

 IAFC,  Jones & Bartlett Publishers


What's Great about South Carolina?  Rebecca Felix,  Lerner Publications


How Did They Build That? School

Matt Mullins,  Cherry Lake



"Anthem"- film by Broken Voices of Christian Youth Evangelism

US Companies

Ball State University, Indiana

YellowPages of Arizona

Simon Property Group; Indiana

Delaware Aviation; Indiana

Holiday Inn

Radisson Hotels and Suites

United States Army

United Auto Workers; Michigan

Paws Inc., Indiana

Browns Feeds Inc; Wisconsin

Professional Dairy Heifer Growers Association

Kiwanis International; Indiana

The Muncie StarPress; Indiana

Topics Newspapers; Indiana

Anderson Herald-Bulletin; Indiana

Eli Lilly and Company; Indiana

Elanco Animal Health; Indiana

State of Indiana

Bay Lakes Coop; Wisconsin

City of Muncie; Indiana

City of Carmel; Indiana

Complete Demolition Services; Ohio

Astralux Environmental Solutions; Colorado

Farmers Insurance Group

FCI Marketing, Inc for their Black Jack Tire Repair brand

Maaco Collision Repair

Capital Auto Loan, South Carolina

RMT GPS Tracking; Fort Collins, Colorado

Bestmotoroilreview.com

Berrys Cherrys, auto dealer in Billings, Montana

Ziebart

Capital Couriers; Houston, TX

R4 Tech

Wikipedia

Mastertech Diesel Injection

Pladson Inc.

Onamia Service Center; Onamia, MN

Auto Impressions; Corpus Cristi, TX

WyoTech

Commercial Lease Group

Rhino Linings

German Exotics

The Missouri Journal

Duroline Brakes and Components

MEC Coal

Furneys Stock Feeds

Omaha Homes for Sale

Simplex Grinnell

Enmar Hardwood Flooring, Inc of Gilbert, Arizona

Black and Veatch, Phoenix, Arizona

Converge Magazine

Geobulb LED Lighting

Equimom in Washington, DC

San Diego Detail, California

E-Pac Paint & Auto Collision; Columbus, Georgia

Repodirect.com

CreativeHub; New York

Preownedtrucks.net

dieselpickuptrucks.net

Capital Couriers; Houston, Texas

R&S Automotive; Santa Clarita, California

GT Diesel; High River, California

University Automotive; Sacramento, California

Quality Car and Truck Repair; Big Rapids, Michigan

Unique US Products; White Pigeon, Michigan

Commercial Lease Group; Wichita, Kansas

TDCI, Inc. Columbus, OH

Bon-Aire Industries; Boise, ID

Save Technologies

Printing Partners, LLC; Indiana

Rusty Brick Service a marketing firm in New York.

Myers-Ziemke Insurance; OH

Creativo Productions; CA

Zap Mold; MN

RB Service Marketing; New York

howstuffworks.com

Simply Clean, Indiana

Brookdale Senior Living; Tennessee

Twin Valley Bed & Breakfast and Horse Ranch

Horses Now

Hasbro, Equestria Girls

Athleta (Chi)

Lower Providence Township Parks, PA

Certifikid, VA

The Lightfoot Way, LLC holistic animal care

Todd E Copeland & Associates, P.A., Florida

Little Rock Family Blog, in Arkansas.com

SportsEdge.com

Arc4Studio Photoshop Custom Templates

Impact Lab

WIBQ-FM, IN

Horses Now


International Companies

Clayton Hotel Galway, Ireland

Shamrock Lodge Hotel, Ireland

Koralina Tourist Agency, Croatia

Real Club Nautico De Vigo, Spain

Furneys Stock Feeds, AUS

Vetosteo; France

Le Shop Design; France

Plettenburg Interactive; Austrailia

Kiddinx Entertainment, GmbH; Germany

B&D Design; Belgium

Eurl TRAIT d'UNIONS; France

Pro Direct Marketing; France

Notre Europe; France

Alquima Ediciones, S.A. de C.V.; Mexico

Caradvice, Australia

eBase Works of St. Catherines, ON, Canada

Equi-Therapy; United Kingdom

Live It; Hong Kong

Equine Somatics, United Kingdom

Mining Technology Australia Magazine, Roxby Media PTY, LTD

My Home Centre Pty Ltd. of Australia

Beats and Bars, The Netherlands

Lelere Music and Dance Academy; Spain

Nuestra Ludoteca; Spain

Senen Campos Maceiras; Spain

Conexion Kids; Spain

RZD Partners, Russia

IM Group, Ukraine, Russia

Group Aironex, Switzerland

Equessentials.com in Surrey, Great Britain

Scientific Nutritional Products in East Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Highland Moors Spa in Wales, United Kingdom

Juliet Nicolson, Lifestyle and Exercise Coach in the United Kingdom

DJH-Reisen in Germany

R4Tech by Sanluis Rassini, the worlds largest leafspring maker

Speke Hall Motors, United Kingdom

Buffs Auto Detailing in Bolton, Ontario Canada

EFOY Fuel Cells, Germany

SFC Smart Fuel Cell AG; Germany

Federation Francaise De L'Acier; France

Wunderman, Germany

Advance Materials, UK

Reed Elsevier; London UK

Mandlina; Turkey

Offentlicite Vekischerungen; Oldenburg, Germany

Mediapool Video Productions; London

Bakony es Balaton, Hungary

The Forecaster paper, New Brunswick

Ouffer, melbourne

Cheap Cheap Deals, AU

Picstopin

Spazio Mamma, Spain

Gonnado, Germany

Boat City, Germany

Savvymom.ca


FAQ

Do you do weddings?


Nope, sorry.  I get asked all the time but I really like shooting my commercial/fine art work so I have to draw the line somewhere. I just don't care for all the nicey, nicey, cutesy photos involved in that genre.  I think I will gag if I see one more "heart" made from the hands of a beloved couple.  Just not my thing.  All work and no play makes me grumpy, even when I love my work.


You don't even shoot portraits anymore?


Nope again.  Got a little burned out by all the work with that.  It was a fun 5 years having the studio but it was a lot of hours that I got tied down to having to go into the studio, and not  having the flexibility to shoot all the fun stuff that I liked to shoot was a bummer.    Keeping the building up was hard for the landlord and with the roof leaking all the time (as 120 year old buildings are want to do) and other structural issues that were obviously coming up I decided enough was enough.  Working in a small town was interesting for a little while but, ultimately, the desire to experience and do much more got the best of me.  Like I told the high school seniors in photo sessions, don't get trapped in one spot but go out and experience life, and then down the road, if you want to go back to where you grew up then do it.


What's  your favorite camera?


My iPhone 6s because that is always with me no matter what. And it has a BIG screen. It does some cool stuff and there's all kinds of apps for just the camera part of the phone.  But for commercial shoots it would be my Nikon D3s. I had a 36.3 megapixel Nikon D800 but didn't really care for the "look" of the images so I went back to the D3s.   The D3s may have cost $5200 but it's totally awesome in low light with very little 

noise up to 12k ISO and shoots 11 frames/sec for sports.  Plus the processor (the most important part of a good camera) is unparalleled for image quality, color and trueness. It's been dropped, stormed on, snowed on, below sea level to 14,000 feet and all around the country without ever missing a shot.  I am experimenting with a Fujifilm X-T1 and X-T2 mirrorless and have been very impressed.  I love the Sony RX-100 series for a pocket camera with 24 MP resolution also. Small and convenient for when hauling around a DSLR is just too much.  I use Nikon lenses from 14mm f2.8 to a 300 f2.8 which are widely regarded as the sharpest glass available to pros.