I spent Father’s Day in Bristol, TN covering the Thunder Valley Nationals with fellow photographer Mark Rebilias. The Bristol area will always have a special place in my heart. When I was playing football at the University of Toledo, I used to spend the summer months in Abingdon, VA. Abingdon is just down the road from Bristol and it was there that my kicking coach, Doug Blevins, and I worked on my technique. The southern hospitality and food got me hooked!
When you spend most of the year traveling all over the country, covering a wide variety of sporting events, getting your gear from venue to venue safely is extremely important. My Think Tank roller is my primary roller, fitting easily into most overhead carry-on bins when I fly. When I’m driving to events, I use my Lowe Pro Roller as a secondary bag to carry extra lenses and gear for remotes. Finally, I have an Ogio backpack that keeps my laptop, memory cards, card readers, and cords safe. Continue reading “Inside My Bag” »
Last week I got the opportunity to photograph the Color Ignited gallery at the Toledo Museum of Art which show cases glass artwork created from 1962-2012. Toledo has a large glass presence with large corporations like, Owens Corning and Libbey Glass. Toledo is known as the “Glass City.” The gallery opening worked in conjunction with the 2012 Glass Art Society Conference that is being held in Toledo for the 50th anniversary of studio glass.