ADAH Textile Photography Session

The Alabama Department of Archives and History is a wondrous place for just about anyone, but especially me – a somewhat nerdy photographer that always enjoys hearing the history behind every artifact photographed… Today’s photoshoot took place in textiles, where Ryan Blocker reigns as queen of all things fabric. I always enjoy working with Ryan – she’s as professional as they come, […]

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Edmund Pettus Bridge – Selma, Alabama

If you’ve ever been to Selma, Alabama than you have more than likely crossed or seen Edmund Pettus Bridge. The bridge is famous as the site of the conflict of Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965, when armed officers attacked peaceful civil rights demonstrators attempting to march to the state capital of Montgomery. It is […]

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Lowndesboro Baptist Church

Lowndesboro Baptist Church was founded in 1888. I’m not certain this building was constructed then or after, but I do know I am anxious to find the opportunity to see the interior of the building so I can more fully photograph this historical southern church. Perhaps next time. Please take a moment to look over […]

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Oakview Cemetery – Lowndesboro, AL

I have a lot in common with my mother — I talk too much; I’m overly curious and I think cemeteries are cool. There are many other attributes that I share with my mom, but for this post the cemetery thing is most relevant. Oakview Cemetery in Lowndesboro, AL is an older cemetery with many of its headstones and […]

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

This small Episcopal Church in Lowndesboro, AL was built in 1857 but other than that there isn’t much more to tell you — at least from what I know. I’ve never seemed to catch the small church open where I can photograph the interior or talk to local members. Since my last visit to the […]

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The Montgomery Carnegie Library Building

More than 2500 Carnegie library buildings were built between 1881 and 1919. Many of the buildings still exist today and are used for various purposes — The former Carnegie Library building in Montgomery, Alabama, is now used by the City of Montgomery Property Appraisal Office. Below are several images I’ve shot of the buildings exterior. […]

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St. John’s Episcopal Church

St. John’s is the oldest Episcopal parish in Montgomery, and was built in 1834 by a small group of pioneer settlers. Below is a small collection of photos from St. John’s — for more information, go to: stjohnsmontgomery.org

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Photographing Old Alabama Town

Having lived in Montgomery for many years now, most would think I’ve toured Old Alabama Town by now — but until this past week, I’d simple taken a brief glance or an occasional snapshot of the historic downtown attraction. Having now fully toured Old Alabama Town, I can honestly say I recommend everyone taking a look for […]

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St. Peter’s Catholic Church

One of the many beautiful churches in Montgomery, St. Peter’s Catholic Church is located at the corner of Adams Ave. and S. Lawrence St. and was built in the early 1830’s. If you’d like to view the main sanctuary, the grounds keeper will provide access anytime on M-W-F. For more information about the history of the church, […]

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It’s Tea Time at Selma House Tea Room

I’ve been working a lot in Selma recently since agreeing to design the Selma Visitor Guide. While there, I did a shoot at the Selma House Tea Room — they are running a half-page advertisement and will be featured in the signature dish section under desserts… Here are a few of the shots from that […]

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Union Station and the Montgomery Visitor Center

I do a lot of work for the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce and the Montgomery Visitor Bureau, so it’s only fitting that I have a few shots of  Union Station and the Montgomery Visitor Center. Yesterday, I was asked if I could provide some shots of the Visitor Center and that got me to […]

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