Friday, January 22, 2010

New Web site!

This blog has been retired.
To see new work check out the new Web site.
Thanks to everyone who has ever taken the time to read my blog!

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Christmas and Rancho de Taos

Leading up to Christmas I worked on a story about Sacred Places in New Mexico. I think we could have been a bit more extensive in the selections but I can't really complain because I got to go back to one of my favorite churches ever. San Francisco de Asis Church in Rancho de Taos, also known as Georgia O'Keeffe's church. The latter name does not sit well with the parishioners we learned.

At each church we visited we focused on one person or a couple and their relationship to the church. At the Rancho de Taos church we found a couple who are Mayordomes in the parish. Here is their story: San Francisco de Asis Church, Rancho de Taos.

Here's an outtake from the day I spent there. It is probably the most recognizable angle.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Birthday Month

January is birthday month in my family. Great grandma turned 90 on Jan. 2, grandma turned 70 today, Jan. 7, and I will be 24 on Jan. 17th. I set up this four generation shot when I went home for the holidays. Oh and not to leave mom out, her birthday is July 11, and I probably shouldn't post her age because she reads this. :)

So from left to right, grandma Monique, me, great grandma Berthe (nickname Da), and my mom, Lise.


Monday, January 05, 2009


Albuquerque's only snow day, so far, resulted in a mass of children in the parks playing in the snow. I took my turn down the ramp too.


Sunday, January 04, 2009

Oops... Happy New Year?

So I've slacked...

One of many New Year's resolutions... get back on track with blogging.

This year I'm going to take on the challenge of limiting each blog post to one photo to help with my editing skills. Hopefully this will prompt more frequent posts. Hopefully.


Monday, November 24, 2008

October Portraits

Some selections from the month-long portrait frenzy.






Wednesday, November 19, 2008

First snow of the year.

It was October 14. It snowed on top of the Sandia Mountains and I was sent to the crest to see just how much snow there was. I kinda forgot about driving in snow and briefly got stuck in a ditch... but four-wheel-drive got me out. I made it to the top and back. At least this year I didn't slip on the ice and fall on my butt. :)




It's been a while...

I've been really bad about blogging for about a month and a half. I've been busy with Balloon Fiesta, portraits, election day fallout and quite a few pet related stories. On top of all that I had two different dances events I photographed for myself on the side. It's been a few crazy weeks and I think I got sick twice during all of it.

So here we go. I'll try to break the past month down into categories. The first... Balloon Fiesta.








Tuesday, September 30, 2008

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A Sunday Bird Expo kept me surrounded by feathered friends.


Sports sports sports.

A short lived schedule change gave me Friday night lights practice, on top of other high school sports...