Monthly Archives: July 2013

Wildgame

Been working on a little project for Wildgame Innovations over the last couple of weeks.  Here are a few of the pics that worked out, and one that sort of failed, …with a bit of humor.  Sometimes a blizzard can really get out of hand.  I think the snow shots were done here in NW Indiana when the temps were in the mid 90’s.  I really enjoy shooting this sort of stuff and developing ideas.  Thanks to Matt Partin and Joe Hatch for their patience.

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JJ Lawhorn Album Release

A few months back I had the opportunity to photograph a new and upcoming country music artist by the name of JJ Lawhorn down in Nashville.  At the time he had just finished a duet and music video with Colt Ford, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esnSbBuf9f4), and this shoot was for his forthcoming album, OGOB, Original Good Ol’ Boy.  JJ was a pleasure to work with and we really nailed some pretty cool pix, if I have to say so myself.  I am really proud of this shoot and have been anxious to be able to show it off.  JJ’s album went on sale today at Walmart stores as well as on iTunes at  http://smarturl.it/JJiTunes.  Give it a listen!

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More Recent Kentucky Work

Right after my shoot in Nashville last week with Craig Morgan I had to beat tracks to the farm in Kentucky to welcome a young upcoming personality by the name of Gary Stanley for a one day shoot.  Gary is a great guy and I’m sure you will be hearing and seeing plenty of him soon.  Although he has a new website under construction, take a quick look at his current page at http://oneshotoutdoors.com, or on his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/gary.stanley.165?ref=ts&fref=ts.  Gary is best known for being able to film his own hunts and make it look easy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Craig Morgan Shoot

I travelled last week back to Nashville to spend the day shooting with country music artist Craig Morgan, http://www.craigmorgan.com/.  Craig is also the host of All Access Outdoors, http://cmoutdoors.com/.  Craig was an absolute pleasure to work with and I enjoyed every minute of this shoot.  He had just returned from several days on the road touring when we shot and was headed back out later that same evening.  I don’t know how he does it!  Most of the shots here were made with a single Elinchrom Ranger head and either a Rotalux or Octabank modifier.  The creek shot was the same light source with just a standard 6″ reflector.  Hope you like them!

 

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