Recently my family and I took a trip to Breckenridge, Colorado to hike through the mountains and visit the land from which my grandmother came. The sites were awe inspiring, but the altitude was difficult to handle for the first few days for swamp people like us. As it was summer the snow was scarce, but as you’ll see that didn’t stop some locals from finding a place to ski and snowboard.
I had a good time creating some promotional photos for my friend’s (@philmakingthings) new musical venture one morning last week. Follow him now so you can hear about his upcoming gigs. That way you can see his show and be able to brag to all your future friends by saying you saw him way back before he was super famous.Read More
Last weekend Mondo Bizarro held its second Place Based Training Immersion. Shout out to those who participated and a big thanks to Kiyoko McCrae, Hannah Pepper Cunningham, and Monique Verdin for leading discussions, making us sweat, and taking us on a tour of South Louisiana.
To keep up with us and learn about future trainings visit www.mondobizarro.org.
For many years now I’ve worked with the Jesuits in South Louisiana - creating fundraising videos, shooting portraits & documenting events. One of the most interesting annual events is the ordination ceremony at Holy Name of Jesus Church on St. Charles (my parents got married there!) where seminarians take the final step to becoming priests. These are just a few photos from this year’s ordination and reception.Read More
Firefighters are awesome. I’ve never heard a complaint made against a fire department the way we hear complaints against police departments. They show up, put their lives at risk, save others and are woefully underpaid for it. While going back to my own car in City Park I saw this car smoking and burning a few aisles away from mine. Sure enough, firefighters came on the scene and handled business. Next time you see them on the street holding their boots and hats asking for money, give ‘em all you got.Read More