Bobby Ellis


Friends of mine asked me to photograph their wedding a few years ago. I was so honored to be there to document the day.

This was the end of the day, obviously,  and I managed to capture the birdseed in mid-air.


Sunset on a beautiful beach can leave make you not want to leave that place in time. I’m amazed at how one  frame  can bring back a really good memory.



Nature is so incredibly beautiful sometimes. I remember blowing these dandelions and making wishes when I was just a kid.



This past weekend I had some fun experimenting with various papers and lighting trying to move beyond some of the limitations I place on myself.


Several years ago I had a neighbor who had a little boy that loved to play in the dirt. He was 100% little boy! I had to stop him from walking in his mother’s house like this. He had so much fun playing in the mud, and it shows.

I usually do not take wedding photographs. But this was special. Jason Cadogan, who works for me, met a wonderful woman and decided to marry her. Clarissa made a beautiful subject and I’m glad I could be there to capture their special day.



This water fountain was so incredible that I wanted to take a photo at night. I knew the lights would make it almost ethereal.


wnMy Grandfather was a farmer. I visited the place he used to farm a few years ago and found this farmer, Mr Apperson, working the land. He obviously is not afraid of hard work.



I managed to catch a bird as it flew with the sun setting in Biloxi Mississippi.



I sometimes see beauty in the ordinary. I was driving through a farming area early one morning. I had black and white film in the camera and it created this wonderfully textured grain look.