It’s always a blessing when great clients, their awesome families and perfect weather all come together for a wedding! Caroline and Shaun were very fun to work with and more than anything relaxed. They knew at the end of the … Continue reading
Many of us have seen a bouquet toss and maybe a little jostling at a wedding before, but have you seen this kind of tenacity? It’s next level.
Here’s the story:
Discovery Channel. Viper. Photos.
Makes sense that they go together, right?
Context: the Auto Imaging Team and myself were specially requested by John Hendricks, owner and creator of the Discovery Channel, to photograph his new 2013 Dodge Viper SRT. The Viper was bought from Hendrick (not related) Dodge of Cary, where the team and I work, for John Hendricks’ resort Gateway Canyons in Colorado. At this resort, clients can pick from their choice of high end cars for the day including the 2013 Viper, the Bentley Continental GTC or even the all electric Tesla Roadster (2 hour rental only!). See the full list of cars and costs here.
Hendricks somehow saw some of the photos from when we photographed a black and silver 2013 Viper a few weeks prior (seen below) and wanted us to do the same for the Viper he had just purchased. Needless to say we were excited to photograph it for him.
And here is the same shot produced for John Hendricks (below).
A quick preview of photographing Chelsea, a wheaten terrier at Elon last weekend with her owner. A beautiful Saturday with the picturesque backdrop of Elon University’s campus. Chelsea was quite the model! And yes, those are pearls!
A few quick photos from a professional development conference put on by the NC Center for Afterschool Programs on Monday and Tuesday. An awesome experience and inspiring to see people who work so hard for our youth! After hours too!
Had a blast covering lots of different kinds of festivals across the state working with Eckel & Vaughan Marketing Group.
Photos were taken at BBQ championships, the NC Balloon Festival (Statesville), NC State Fair (Raleigh), Blueberry Festival (Burgaw), Mayberry Days (Mt. Airy), County Fair (Sanford) and Farmer’s Day Parade (Robins).
See more on the tab above, under events!
By Stuart Jones
“Chance of thunderstorms” was a phrase that didn’t keep die-hard Glen Campbell fans from coming to Booth Amphitheater Saturday night. Heavy thunderstorms rolled in after the opening act, Victoria Ghost, finished playing their set. Victoria Ghost is comprised of Glen’s two children, Ashley and Shannon Campbell. This is their first tour under this name but they have a phenomenal sound. A cross between indie and folk with beautiful vocals.
The audience moved to the covered portion of Booth Ampitheater to wait out the rain.
Well, these devoted fans waited OVER AN HOUR for the storm to pass. And sure enough, the stage was uncovered at 9:45 to let Glen Campbell and his band back on stage. As I hunched over my camera under my rain coat, covering both me and my long lens, the crowds filtered back to their seats in the light rain.
Glen was having a great time! He was so glad that these fans waited through the storms for him to come on stage. The smile never left his face.