When asked to take engagement pictures for my friends Dee and James, I was ecstatic. Sure thing guys. I’ve been doing Pathfinder [a popular pen and paper roleplaying game] with them for years and you can really see their playfulness really shine though in the pictures. Dee has a great witty and sarcastic sense of humor and gives my sarcasm a run for it’s money. James has this great dry humor so the two of them pair together perfectly.
I met up with them in Hemisphere Park and we got some great pictures around the fountains and walkways. James played along and humored my chiropractic advice as he lifted Dee for a good minute as Dee flailed around for various poses and I took some sequenced shots. This session let me really see how you guys will get through life – no matter the trouble or hardships you two still manage to smile at everything at the end of the day. Congratulations again Dee and James!
Some pictures from comedy night over at Josabi’s back in July. A definitive blue comedy show that the audience and myself thoroughly enjoyed. It can be hard to take pictures when you’re laughing and focusing at the same time.
A couple favorites from my PAX 2010 album. I’m looking forward to the second PAX South this weekend downtown at the Henry B Gonzales Convention Center. And I’ve got a special shout out to my buddies at Geekdom and Rick Stemm’s new game Heroes Must Die.
See y’all at the Geekdom pre-launch party Thursday night.
Thank you David Bowie for all the great music and rocking the Goblin King in Labyrinth. I think Hollywood made some other movies during the 1980s but none ever captured my imagination like Jim Henson’s classic Labyrinth.
All night was a young American…
Every studio can use a studio cat. Most days Argv is sleeping by the downstairs window seat and is pretty tame when it comes to visitors. She sheds cat hair everywhere and will get noisy when meowing for lunch or dinner but we have a loving love-hate realtionship.
Just a brief Christmas eve well wishing. Y’all have a great holidays!
A quick family posing in front of the holiday tree. We’re wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year’s for the next year. Now back to spending time with the loved ones. Dad still wants to play Monopoly with all the kids home for the holidays. Some things never change. Maybe this year dad!