Processing Death Through Photography

September 04, 2014 / Stories
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Today is my brother’s birthday. He would have been 44 years old. His name was Mike “Myrick” Cowart. He passed away on March 2nd of this year from a sudden heart attack. My family didn’t see it coming. We didn’t know there were any heart conditions. He was just gone in an instant. Here and happy as could be in one minute… gone the next. I th...

Behind the Scenes with Florida Georgia Line

August 25, 2014 / Shoots
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Sometimes the simplest of photoshoots still require a lot of work. Case in point? The latest album cover I photographed for Florida Georgia Line. We decided we wanted the wall to really be painted with their logo instead of photoshopping it. The crazy talented Telicia Montague did the painting and nailed their logo. She also did the texturing on the wall. ...

New Series: Portrait Q&A

August 11, 2014 / Shoots, Social Media
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When I teach, I always talk about the importance of doing personal work. I could write a novel on this topic and why it's crucial for every artist to pursue. Over time, I've pursued many personal projects and to this day, they're the projects and images I'm most proud of and the things I want to tell my kids about one day. My latest is a series of portrai...

Imogen in Iceland

August 08, 2014 / Shoots
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Earlier this year, I had the chance to take a quick trip to Iceland with Imogen Heap. I've worked with Imogen a few times before and if I'm being honest, she's probably my favorite artist to work with. Yes, ever. There just seems to be a mutual understanding between us that I don't have elsewhere. Usually with shoots, you plan, concept, have conference calls...