Saturday, April 23, 2011

A New Blog...

and a new website!

The old website is still at the same place but has gotten a little bit of a make over. Go check it out! Along with the new site, I have a new blog that is built into the web page. It's something I've wanted to do for a long to, specifically to have all the navigation links stay on top with the blog so you don't have to open a new window to go from one section to the other. Yes!

For a while I'll be posting updates to the new blog on this, the old blog. But update the old links and check out the new stuff. New images, new portfolios and new blog posts coming soon!

The new post is from my trip last month to San Diego. I'll leave with this, one of my favorite images from Mission Beach, and send you to the new blog by clicking on the image.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011


There is a fantastic group of women doing something really great tonight! Working with V-Day, an organization founded by Eve Ensler, they are putting on a two night production of the Vagina Monologues. Denver's shows are going on tonight and tomorrow night at 7:45 and more information can be found on their facebook page here.

Proceeds from the show are going to benefit a local organization, Project Safeguard, which helps both women and men who are victims of domestic violence and abuse. If you're looking for something to do, while helping out a great organization, join them at La Rumba on 9th and Acoma in Denver! These women tell passionate, humorous, serious and strongly touching stories that shouldn't be missed.

I had the pleasure of photographing the dress rehearsal from Friday and can't wait to see it again!

Friday, April 8, 2011

Red Rocks - Colorado Photography

If you live in Colorado, are visiting here or anywhere near, you have to go to Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre ( Located near Morrison there is plenty to do in this area including hiking, biking, taking great photographs and there is of course the naturally formed amphitheatre which happens to be my favorite part. As spring and summer are upon us the concert season at Red Rocks is also beginning. Many artist have commented positively on this location saying it's either their ambition to play here or their favorite venue. Treat yourself to something wonderful and check it out!

When events aren't going on a lot of fitness minded folks will use these stairs as part of their work out (

I love this image with the people walking around because it really shows the scale of these rocks!

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Ash Street Photography

My website is going to go through some changes soon! One of the first things I've decided to do is to make a new home for my portraits. This section on the current site will soon be gone so be sure to add the new site to your bookmarks!

The new site is

The new will be featuring some new work I've been up to lately so keep your eyes open for it!

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Friday, January 28, 2011

The Glass House

One thing I wish I could have done more of before I graduated from The Art Institute of Colorado was photograph more architecture. For me the last year of school was spent focusing on what would be in my final portfolio while working full time and I would have liked more time in the day to do extra projects. And now that I'm done with school, I (theoretically) have more time. So today I spent the beautiful January day at the park...with my camera of course. It's not often that Denver sees high temperatures of 67F and a lot of people were taking advantage of it at Riverfront Park. I photographed The Glass House a huge residential space that over looks the park on one end and the city on the other. I can only image how extraordinary it would be to live at this kind of location!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Pratt Family 2011

One thing I love about Colorado is you never know what the winter weather will bring. Last Saturday in the middle of January I had the pleasure of photographing the Pratt Family. This was more of a party than a day of work because little Addie had just turned two and was pretty much the star of the show. A little shy at first but she quickly came out of her shell. How could you resist those piggy tails?! And having only one shoe on the train tracks didn't stop that ear to ear smile. The mid-50° temperatures where perfect for spending some time in Downtown Louisville, where not only do they have so many fun buildings and benches but they have an outdoor skating rink too. (Maybe next time we'll do photography on ice!) Here's what you get when you play with a two year old right before her birthday party!

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