Monthly Archives: February 2010

Best of 2009 Equinox Weddings: Photographer’s Picks

2009 was a very busy year for Equinox Photography! I wanted to share some of my personal favorites from my weddings, so I had this super cool slideshow made. I’d like to express a warm thank you to all of my brides and grooms from last year. I was honored to be chosen as your […]

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Wellies and Pink Turtlenecks: Maggie and Chris’s Engagement Session

I met Maggie and Chris at Evansville’s Central Library to shoot their fun-filled engagement session. During our initial consultation, I told Chris that I would give him $5 if he showed up to the session in a pink turtleneck–as you can see, I do, in fact, owe him a fiver. These two have personality to […]

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Kate - February 17, 2010 - 4:12 pm

YES! That pink turtleneck is killing me. Love it. Those rain boots are adorable too. What a fun couple! :)

Happy Mardi Bras!

On Valentine’s Day, I donated my photography services to the Mardi Bras: Support Can Be Beautiful benefit for the Evansville Aids Resource Group. The event was held at Evansville’s Casino Aztar Conference Center. I was lucky enough to have time with each model and did a “mini photo session” to illustrate each of the bras […]

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leigh miller - February 17, 2010 - 11:01 am

these are fun! great work!

Abby Waninger - February 18, 2010 - 5:14 pm

CAN’T WAIT TO SEE THEM ALL! I’d like to purchase some of these photos.

Thanks!

Chuck - November 24, 2013 - 11:41 am

The one before the girl on the pole looks like the photographer. Great photos, great bras some light Madonna vibes. Really nice work.

Arlund/Zettl Workshop: Nashville, TN

I had the pleasure of attending the very first workshop co-presented by Chuck Arlund and Stephanie Zettl. It was a fast paced, informative day with discussions and slideshows in the morning, then practical application of lighting techniques in the afternoon. We talked about what inspires and motivates us as photographers to produce memorable images for […]

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