Category Archives: Published Work

Published: Wall Street Journal {Editorial Photography} West Ashley SC

Recently some really fantastic and interesting projects have come my way.  One such was a lifestyle editorial piece for a newspaper that I consider one of the best I have ever encountered, The Wall Steet Journal.  When I began broadening my learning of the world around me the Journal was an early guide.  To be […]

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Published: The Local Palette {Food/Lifestyle Photography} Charleston SC

I have been really excited lately about the projects I have been blessed to work on for Charleston based The Local Palette Food/Lifestyle publication.  As a person that studies these types of publications constantly I have been extremely pleased with their presentation and integrity.  I have been brought on for a number of shoots, so […]

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Published: Charleston Magazine Charleston SC

So I have been really stoked with my first assignment with Charleston Magazine!  I had the opportunity to spend time with nine different small business owners who have fueled their passion for cooking and their trucks…yup thats right food trucks.  An emerging [well technically they’ve been around for oh probably a couple thousand years, lol, […]

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Published: Garden & Gun City Profile: Greenville SC {Food/Lifestyle Photography}

So it has been a goal/dream/ something I had really wanted for some time of mine to be published in the national publication Garden & Gun.  In my opinion one of the best southern culture magazines period [at least for what I like to read….coastal living, southern living, fantastic stuff….it just isnt the same].  So […]

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Published: Design Sponge {Food/Lifestyle Photography} Charleston SC

Recently I had the pleasure of working with local Charlestonian and Wedding Planner extraordinaire Tara Guerard for a piece featured on the design sponge.  She prepared a simple tea cake and lemonade spread….uhhhhmmmm HELLO SUMMER!  The simplicity is what gets me excited.  Nothing serious, just fresh and traditional [remember white bread with the edges cut […]

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