Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Recent Work

Here is some recent work from the last couple months.

The first few images are from my three days of shooting for the I love Texas Photography Instagram.

Ron Bruno, sits and takes a break from driving at a rest stop off of Hwy 290 near Fredericksburg. Bruno was sending out a daily inspirational message to a group of friends and family about taking on giants, or as he put it, those things that keep you from accomplishing your goals in life. Bruno Makes a drive from Austin to Fredericksburg twice a week to work on building a distillery in Fredericksburg. which is a brand new venture fro him, but he is more than excited trying to figure out how to succeed in this business.

Kids hangout and fish along the dam at the Llano River. According to the state historical association, the City of Llano is the county seat and largest city in the county. In the late 1800's  the city was expected to become the "Pittsburgh of the west." due to the large amount of iron ore deposits there.


After much controversy the Jefferson Davis Statue was removed from the UT campus. I shot this for the Express News.

Patrick Sheehy with Vault Fine Art Services cuts through anchor rods in the base of the Jefferson Davis statue.

Work crews from Vault Fine Art Services removed Jefferson Davis and Woodrow Wilson Statues from the Main Mall Steps of University of Texas Austin in front of the UT Tower and taken to the Briscoe Center for American History for refurbishing. Sunday Aug. 30, 2015.

A crowd gathered near the Main Mall steps on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin to watch the removal of the Jefferson Davis statue Sunday Aug. 30, 2015. Both the Davis and Woodrow Wilson statues were removed from the Main Mall steps of University of Texas Austin in front of the UT Tower.


The last few images are from my Masters Project about the Latino population of Milan, Missouri and the diversity in that town of 1,800 people that is continuously changing due to the meat processing plant that is there. This project is ongoing.

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