Monthly Archives: January 2009

>Death Valley rainstorm

>I was pretty lucky that my trip to Death Valley included a rainstorm. The storm rolled in suddenly right as the sun was setting. This is a pretty rare occurrence considering Death Valley receives less than two inches of rain … Continue reading

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>No Bailout Necessary

>The Las Vegas Weekly asked me to shoot a series of portraits for a story about businesses that were thriving despite the recession.  Glen Parshall, owner of the gun side of Bargain Pawn Inc. Robert Leysen, owner of the Psychics … Continue reading

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>Maynard James Keenan

>I recently had the opportunity to take a portrait of Maynard James Keenan for the Las Vegas Weekly. I am told that this is a rare opportunity as Keenan can be reclusive. Keenan is best known for being the lead … Continue reading

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>Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

> Bloomberg News hired me to cover CES this year.  I spent mo st of my time covering the keynote speakers, but would sneak off to the main hall when I could find a few  extra minutes.  The scale of CES is amazing and it is … Continue reading

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>New Year, New Blog

>I read a statistic the other day that the number of blogs has increased more than 10x in the past year.  So I, like many others, have decided to toss my hat into the blogosphere.  I hope this blog gives … Continue reading

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