Speaking at Austin PPA or How I Met Catwoman

Imagination. Captured. I spoke to the Austin Professional Photographers Association last Monday – teaching a composite class all day, then speaking about PPA Print Competition that evening. For the day long class, I walked several students through how I create my Imagination pieces from the inspiration, photographing the subject, and then using Corel PaintShop Pro […]

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Introducing the Art Store

I’ve had many people over the last few years asking where they can buy prints of some of my work. While I’ve had things hanging at local art shows and at An Artist’s Haven in Fort Worth, I’ve really not had them online for sale… until now. Visit my new art store by clicking this […]

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PaintShop Professional

I am thrilled to announce that I have joined Corel Software’s list of PaintShop Professionals. As part of this, I will be promoting the editing software I love, Corel PaintShopPro through future blog posts, tutorials, how tos, and more. I look forward to sharing my experiences and knowledge of this very powerful editing software. As […]

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Make Better Pictures

“The best camera is the one that you have with you.” – Chase Jarvis Did you recently receive a new camera and want to make better pictures with it? Or do you want to make better pictures even with your phone? This one day class will not teach you to be a professional photographer, but […]

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My Pinup Book

I’m thrilled to announce that my book on Pinup Photography is now available on Amazon. Click here to order from Amazon I want to send a special note to Stephanie Campbell for making the cover! Thanks to: For mentoring and writing a foreword: Laurie J. Klein Editor and publisher: Barbara Lynch-Johnt and Katie Loder Neaverth […]

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13 Photography Tips I Learned at the Haunted House

Most of my clients know me as a headshot photographer. Others know me for my glamour and boudoir work. Some that have watched my competition work have noticed something else as well – I have what Mike Fulton called “a dark streak” several years ago. It’s true that sometimes darker imagery sneaks into my work […]

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