Some recent work from a few different food shoots I’ve done in the past few weeks, including a cover for Austin 360. I hope you’re not looking at this while hungry.Read More Austin Eats
So these photos have nothing to do with each other, except that I had a photo pipe dream that the Boy Scouts parade would somehow wander over to the Undie Run and I’d get a great reaction shot. It never happened, so now I’m just mashing the photos together. It was a good day for some […]Read More Unrelated
Though I’ve produced quite a few videos over the years, I feel like I’m still new to the medium. Before my advanced video class this fall, I had always approached video as just an extension of my stills—which is probably why I always hated my videos. I decided during the class to get rid of […]Read More Sight Unseen
What do you get when you mix chugging beer and running? Puking. Lots of puking. Tagged along with the King of Weird Sports, Sol Neelman, to shoot the Beer Mile World Championships. Runners started the race by chugging a beer, then had to chug another beer every 400 meters. The winning time for the men’s […]Read More Beer Mile World Championships 2014
Everything within me wants to start this post with a Ghostbusters reference, but I’ll refrain. The other night I followed around a team of paranormal investigators as they crept around a downtown nightclub that the owner suspects is “haunted.” They brought energy rocks. And a knife. And a spray bottle of holy water. There was also […]Read More Austin’s Paranormal Investigators
Rollingwood Police Officer Josh Odom stands on the edge of Dry Creek on a dreary rain-soaked afternoon.
“This weather sucks,” Odom, 25, mumbles.
The spray from passing vehicle tires adds to the steady stream of water flowing into the creek. The quiet whoosh of water begins to run through the storm drains flowing north beneath Bee Caves Road.
“It doesn’t take much for this thing to get going,” Odom says, pointing at the silver tubes spewing rainwater into the creek.Read More A Watery Dry Creek
AUSTIN, TX – It’s 7:29 a.m. and the Route 19 Metrobus is five minutes late. “Just in time,” Capital Metro bus driver John Evans says to a passenger who sprinted to board the bus. When the doors rotate closed, overcast light from the morning sunrise competes with the dim fluorescent bulbs inside the bus. The morning […]Read More Lonely Buses in the Lone Star Capital