Small Sets: Blog

  1. Bethel

    12 Aug 2021
    Bethel Maine is a place that I have been visiting since I was a child. I was fortunate to be afforded the luxuries of the great outdoors, both in summer and winter, and pass through this part of the world. More recently, during one of the worst creative slouches I’ve…

  2. Fisher Price

    01 Jan 2021
    Recently, I had a conversation about the first camera I ever had. As I thought about this my mind jumped to the digital that my parents had gifted me in Middle School but I realized that that was not the case. In fact my first was a 35mm camera made…

  3. Belief

    01 Feb 2020
    Belief is a curious thing. To give yourself over to the blind trust in the world around you is commendable. In my work I explore belief, the awe of the space around us, and the objects we associate with our trust.  “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes,

  4. Excerpts from “Off The Wall”

    15 Jan 2020
    In the Spring of 2019 I was granted an amazing opportunity to collaborate with The Portland Art Gallery in creating their first ever magazine. The purpose of this piece was to showcase the 50 artists that the gallery represents and to give readers, and collectors of Maine art, insight into…

  5. Summer ‘19

    27 Jul 2019
    It’s all new.

  6. 4th of 7, ‘19

    27 Jul 2019
    It’s not a new setup by any means but i’ve been enjoying this lens.

  7. British Columbia

    27 Jul 2019
    I went to Canada.

  8. Eddie Adams Workshop XXX 2017

    11 Oct 2017
    What an insane weekend. I had an expectation and this weekend managed to go above and beyond and then some. With the help of an amazing team to coordinate and edit our final presentations as well as an incredible group of students from all over the world (actually) this weekend…

  9. Just shy of Totality 2017

    21 Aug 2017
    While people around the country flocked to the path of totality over the weekend for todays’ solar eclipse. Most chose to stay home and take their chances with whatever might happen in the sky. Here in Portland, Maine, with the aid of a federal grant allocating special pairs of eclipse…

  10. Hopkins Corridor Project

    19 May 2017
    Earlier this year I found myself working as a media team member for 21st Century Learning Centers of Savannah and as luck would have it while on assignment at a local middle school documenting the 21st Century music class, I was approached by one of my bosses. After seeing my…

  11. Mt. Harmon Recognizes Deacon Miller

    20 Feb 2017
    It’s been 5 years since I started my college career at the Savannah College of art and Design and since day one I’ve been infatuated with the idea of a Bible Belt church. I began by photographing these structures in one of my classes, using large format cameras to show…

  12. 11/08/16, Election Day

    09 Nov 2016
    What an interesting day the 8th turned out to be. I had the opportunity to make my way to a handful of key locations to document the happenings.  A big thank you to The staff at the Old Courthouse, the Chatham County Democratic Headquarters, the Chatham County Republican Headquarters, and…

  13. Picnic In the Park

    03 Oct 2016
    Yesterday was a strange day, a travel day. I sleepily had gotten my things together as my family and I made our 5am departure from Charlottesville, VA as part 1 of the trek home. At the airport goodbyes were swift as the flight time had moved up and we were…

  14. Grand Cayman

    22 Sep 2016
    Last December I took a break from anything serious and joined my family on a vacation to Grand Cayman. While time and access weren’t necessarily in my favor I aimed to document some of the experience and test a different camera and style of shooting. I hope you enjoy. 

  15. Savannah, GA Black Lives Matter March

    11 Jul 2016
    What started off as a vigil in the memory of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile became a full fledged march for Black Lives Matter yesterday afternoon. With hundreds of people holding custom banners and chanting from Forsyth Park to City Hall it’s certain that their collective voice was heard.  i…

  16. The 2016 Kennebunkport Festival

    29 Jun 2016
    For close to a year I’ve been between everything, always on the run, always creating new content, and always meeting new people. In was in this between that I was once again asked to head to Maine to document the Kennebunkport Festival for the Maine Magazine. Set in the picturesque…

  17. 2016 Old Port Festival

    13 Jun 2016
    It’s been a crazy week at the Kennebunkport Festival but the work didn’t stop there! I made my way to Arundel and the Old Port of Portland to keep shooting. Was great hanging around with Amy & The Engine and making my way all over Portland to capture a few…

  18. Blue Ridge Classic: Weekend 2

    30 May 2016
    The Big Race. I wish I was able to get to this set sooner but with the quarter winding down and finals coming into full swing it had to take the bench for the time being. I hope you enjoy these shots by Andrew and I as a behind the…

  19. Blue Ridge Classic: Weekend 1

    02 May 2016
    This past weekend my brother/assistant Andrew and I set out to the town of Waynesboro, Virginia to begin interviews and content creation for a new Documentary film,  “An All American Classic”. Through the film I aim to delve into the history of Soapbox racing in America and how the legacy…

  20. Live From The Matrix

    28 Mar 2016
    I had the pleasure of joining Clay Hodges, the DoeNation crew, and several other members of the Savannah Hip-Hop community this past Saturday at Hodges’ mixtape release party for his new album “Live From the Matrix”. Check out the photos to get a taste of what went down! And you…

  21. No Mans Land: Checking in with artist Maggie Hayes

    10 Feb 2016
    It’s been a hectic season but it’s always nice to step back for a moment and take in the work that’s being created every day here in Savannah. Earlier this week I popped by to chat a little about the work of local artist Maggie Hayes and the immense mural…

  22. MLK Day Parade 201

    19 Jan 2016
    It was quite clear yesterday that a little cold really couldn’t spoil the fun. On arguably the coldest day of the year (not that we’ve had that many to begin with) the annual MLK day parade took place in downtown Savanah, GA. With thousands lined against the SCMPD police barriers…

  23. Maine to Vermont, A Nikon test.

    14 Dec 2015
    This past weekend I found myself fortunate enough to use a Nikon V1 series camera on my short trek from Portland to Vermont for the Rails to Riches Competition. Immensely lighter than my workhorse and virtually silent, I had my doubts at first but I was pleasantly surprised with the…

  24. Rails 2 Riches 2015

    06 Dec 2015
    It’s been too long since i’ve made it over for time in VT, let alone for Killington Parks Rails 2 Riches competition. An annual event, Rails 2 Riches is one of the (if not the) largest rail jams on the east coast, offering riders and skiers alike the opportunity at…

  25. Ellohbee “Fuck yo Couch tour” Savannah

    24 Oct 2015
    Met up with Ellohbee last night to check out the first stop on their new tour. Shout out to Techno Chapel for hosting the event.  40-Mid on the beat Dave getting CD’s ready to go. 40-Mid on the beat Kymcci 40-mid and Carter holding it down Big$z Kymcci

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