Saturday, November 28, 2009


Holiday parade down Congress Ave. Austin, TX. November 28, 2009

Friday, November 27, 2009

Black Friday

Truly the darkest of days...

Michael Muller of Balmorhea

Muller is the most cooperative subject I have worked with and accepted my rather absurd proposition to take portraits of him submerged in cold autumn water. Granted, Austin never gets too cold but most sane people would not subject themselves to such treatment by a photographer.

Threw in the 360 Overlook long exposure for kicks cause its perty.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Photographs from November 17

Peter Bay conducts the Austin Symphony Orchestra during a Tuesday night rehearsal at the Long Center.

Dan Ojeda, Barber at Dan’s Hair Styling, looks out onto East 6th street while his niece Anjelina plays on the sidewalk.

Student sit outside a dorm at Huston-Tillotson University at sunset.

An auto paint shop on East 5th.


Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Fort Hood Memorial Ceremony

Spc. Brian Hill, who was wounded in Iraq, pays tribute to victims of the Fort Hood shooting at the III Corps Headquarters on Tuesday. “It was a shock because it came from one of our own,” Hill said. “When you are at home you don’t expect things like this to happen.”

President Barack Obama speaks to soldiers, families and civilians during the memorial ceremony for the victims of Thursday’s shooting at Fort Hood. “We are a nation that endures because of the courage of those who defend it” said Obama.

PFC Chris Gaines, 23, awaits the memorial ceremony at Fort Hood.

Angie Hatla and her daughter, Leslie, pay respect to the 13 victims of the Fort Hood shooting. Hundreds of families and civilians joined soldiers in solidarity at a memorial ceremony on Tuesday.

Soliders watch the memorial ceremony from an M4 Sherman Tank.

Tired troops line up in formation outside the III Corps Headquarters following the memorial ceremony.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Horray for Medium Format

Older than his years. East Austin.

Mariachi musicians on break outside the Cristo Rey Catholic Church

Two chairs so finely placed in our backyard.


Thursday, November 5, 2009


He's not Kinky, he's my governor.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Sunlight and Shadows

Sunlight and shadows in Austin. November 3, 2009.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Its THIS big

Students outside of the Texas Union at sunset.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Where the Wild Things Were. Halloween, October 31, 2009.

Government Sr. Cecil Hynds and UT information technology services employee Paul Anderson, share Tex-Mex food at El Chilito on Halloween.

Dressed as Jellyfishes, Stephanie Evans and Juliana Stewert walk down 6th street saturday night. Evans and Stewert chose jellyfish costumes independently of each other.

Haya Alani stands in front of her mother and a costumed Chuck Wagner on 6th st.

Chicago native Ted Johnson challenges a fellow American gladiator on 6th street during Halloween.

Dia De Los Muertos. Austin, TX

A man observes the alters along the outdoor walls of the Mexican American Cultural Center during their Day of the Dead festival on Sunday.

Ken Zarifis sits with his son Zosimo as he plays frame drums at the during a Day of the Dead festival at the Mexican American Cultural Center.

An ACC student dances in the Auditorium of the Mexican American Cultural Center during their Day of the Dead festival.

A boy sits outside of Cristo Rey Catholic Church as his parents attend sunday mass on the Day of the Dead Sunday.

Adolfo Chavez IV plays with gravel outside of the Mexican American Cultural Center during their Day of the Dead festival.