Franklin, Tennessee

A Whole Lot of Randomness…

So I haven’t posted many blog entries lately except for my This Week at the Lake posts. So now is the time to catch up! There are a lot of photos here, if you follow me on facebook or flickr you may have seen some of these but many are being published for the first time.

Here is the Randomness, in not so random order:

Here I was practicing with using a flash

A random office building in Franklin, TN

From the Laundromat from when my washing machine broke:

A Self Portrait…

Looking out at the snow on my car during my 4 hour commute home one snowy evening

On the way to work one morning, didn’t look like a very good day for a hot air balloon ride!

Vanderbilt University at Night


More portrait/lighting practice

I like the one above of my daughter but I feel like I blew this one of my son. I should have been able to get more sky in the photo…

A neighbor


See? Random wasn’t it!? Hope you enjoyed them though!


The Williams Family

I’m a little behind on my posts here. I have a couple of portrait sessions to share from the last few weeks. First, I’ll share some photos I took of the Williams family. Father Tim Williams is the new Rector at Holy Cross Anglican Church in Franklin Tennessee.

Lori N. and Jennifer T.

I was very happy to have the opportunity to take some photos of Lori and her sons Brandon and Evan. It’s been a long time since she had any photos taken so I was more than happy to help out!

Jennifer is a friend of mine and a good friend of Lori’s so when Jennifer heard I was doing a shoot for Lori, she decided to come along also to get some photos of her and her daughter. It was a great afternoon and we came away with tons of “keepers”!

Of course I had to break out the red chair again!

Thank you ladies for the opportunity, and thanks Brandon and Evan for tolerating!

Franklin, Tennessee

Earlier this week I stopped by Franklin, Tennessee after work to get some photos. Before this, I had zero shots of the downtown area of Franklin.

I got lots of shots, we’ll break it up into categories…


There were so many people and cars it was hard getting most of those shots. Once I found a composition I wanted I would have to wait several minutes to get it with no cars…

Black and White

Downtown Franklin is well suited for Black and White photography


Most of these color shots looked so good in black and white also, but I needed to throw some color in there!