Tuesday, December 13, 2016


Looking down on the Cuyahoga River from the High Level Bridge.

Art glass - one of my favorite studio shots of the year.


We lost the great Russ Pry this year - here he is with some of my good friends at the Torchbearers Anniversary Party.

I got to go to Columbus twice this year - this was with Knight and GAR on the Akron2Columbus tour. I shot this photo of the Statehouse in the morning before the tours started.


Splashes and color at the bottom of the Gorge Dam.

White Lighter playing a house party.


I went to Tortola to shoot Kyle and Getta's wedding. It was ridiculously beautiful and an amazing time.

The Collide event at the Cashmere Cricket in Cuyahoga Falls was the first time I had publicly shown any of my photography.


Food Truck Frenzy at Child Guidance and Family Solutions.

Jason in his new shop, Birchwood Supply Co. One of my favorite portraits of the year.


Year of the cicadas! This was at Hampton Hills Metro Park.

From a trip to Cincinnati with the Torchbearers.


I spent the 4th of July weekend in the Finger Lakes with some of the greatest people celebrating Kyle & Getta. Here we are watching the sunset.

Tire playground at the Middlebury Better Block.


A beautiful day for some baseball at Canal Park.

The Knight Foundation's Akron Study Tour exploring Myopia at the Akron Art Museum.


I rode a ton of miles on my bikes this year - I also taught myself how to fix up vintage steel rode bikes - such as this 70s Viscount.

I tried my hand at some macro photography in the Gorge on a misty Fall morning.


I shot this during a Halloween video shoot at Earthquaker Devices.

My nephews at the Everett Road Covered Bridge.


A long exposure I took during the Harvest Festival which included the lighting of Lock 4 Park.

The Beyonderers at Musica - shot with my ultra wide-angle lens that I bought this year.


A pair of pants by the High Level Bridge on the first snowy day of the Winter.

One of my favorite spots - and very often photo targets - Indigo Lake.

Last Year's review can be viewed HERE!