Houston Dynamo defender Dylan Remick
Single exposure light painting portrait of Houston Dynamos defender Dylan Remick, shot on location in BBVA Compass Stadium.
Single exposure light art with the incomparable Julianne
Portrait of the incredibly talented singer songwriter Stephanie Rice
Single exposure fire painting on the beaches of Galveston. Julianne and model Juliet pose in this beautiful collaborative light painting.
The Texas Medical Center
Long exposure of the most innovative place in Houston - the Texas Medical Center.
Light painting with fire at the San Luis Pass
A shot we created in one exposure, under the San Luis Pass bridge
Light painting with Stephanie Rice
Single exposure light painting featuring the incredibly talented singer songwriter Stephanie Rice
Shot for "Cirque Noir"
Nighttime portrait of my forever muse
All the colors of the rainbow
Single exposure light painting, in the style of my dear friend Eric Pare.
On the Rocks
Light art created in a single exposure with real fire
Portrait of the singer songwriter Stephanie Rice. An incredible human with a beautiful voice.
A selfie on the rocks
Juli and myself on the rocks, moments before we light paint with fire
Juliet and the Beach
Portrait of local model Juliet Merlot
Portrait of the incredibly talented Ms. Stephanie Rice, a Houstonian that was recently featured on the NBC program "The Voice"
Shot at night with a two speedlite setup for a local jeweler, to showcase their new bracelet arrivals.
Light painting with fire, Galveston Island, 2017
Star Trails over Brazos Bend
A stack of over 140 photographs, blended in Photoshop to show the path of the winter stars as they drift along the horizon.
Promo shot for local event "Cirque Noir"
Light painting with fire in Austin
A light painting done on Sculpture Falls in Austin Texas.
The Fire and the Sea
Fire light painting portrait of Houston Ballet soloist Chun Wai Chan. Lit by hand in 1.5 seconds.
The Great Sand Dunes
Portrait of Julianne taken on the highest sand dunes in North America.
Chun Wai Chan
Portrait of Houston Ballet soloist Chun Wai Chan
Light painting with Fire
Juli and I created this on an unseasonably warm January evening in Galveston Texas. This is so far my most stolen image on the internet...
Light painting at Bull Creek
1.5 Second exposure light painting at Bull Creek in Austin Texas, using a light painting method learned from my good friend Eric Pare.
A milky way shot from the one of the darkest skies in Texas - Big Bend State Park. Nestled in the expansive West Texas desert, Big Bend is a truly stunning landscape.
Long exposure fire portrait
This portrait is shot entirely in one frame with no Photoshop composites involved, using a unique light painting technique.
Portrait of Kelly
When I first saw Kelly, I knew I had to take her picture. With a meticulous styling regimen and an affinity for vibrant colors, Kelly made the ideal subject.
Gina "Gin Martini"
A portrait of Houston Pride Superstar 2015 winner Gin Martini. This portrait was created using a stroboscopic flash technique, with minimal compositing. Shot in our tiny home studio.
Light Painting with fire at Bull Creek
This is a one point seven second exposure shot at a lovely little creek in Austin Texas. A further evolution of a technique I learned from my friend Eric Pare.
The Great Sand Dunes
Panoramic view of the dunes in Great Sand Dunes National Park.
Fire light painting portrait
This shot was captured in one frame using no Photoshop for the flames. Using a unique light painting technique, I can add the beautiful texture of fire to any portrait.
Winner of Pride Superstar 2015, Gina is a very colorful girl. I brought out that vibrant look in the studio with a nice splash of colored light all around.
Portrait of the lovely Vernique, shot in our tiny home studio.
Night time portrait of Julianne.
Ninety percent of my favorite photos are candid, and this is one of them.
Light painting portrait, Big Bend National Park
In the foothills of Big Bend National Park lies an abandoned mine that's over a century old. We created this light painting in just one and a half seconds using a simple technique popularized by Eric Pare.
Halo Portrait, 2015
A portrait of Hector Adan.
Nicholas Leh Baker
Portrait of local musician Nicholas Leh Baker
Montrose Street Portrait, 2015
A portrait of a local DJ, Jean-Paul Tiblier
Portrait of an explorer
Portrait of my great friend Jorden Stanley.
Portrait of Chris Le
Photographed in downtown Houston, February 2016.
Rooftop portrait in downtown Houston.
Jordan, man of many hats
Jordan is a great friend of mine, and an avid participant in the urban exploration scene. We shot this in an abandoned department store from the 1950's right in the heart of downtown Houston. We lugged an entire portable studio setup down eight flights of stairs for this, and it was certainly worth the result.
A portrait of the very lovely Julianne taken in Big Bend National Park.
Golden hour was especially golden that day.
If only all of my portrait sessions could have live music...
Double Exposure, 2016.
These two wanted a ludicrously goofy image for their holiday cards, and I'm fairly certain I delivered.
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