Saturday, December 31, 2005


All images made in or around Baton Rouge, Louisiana, December, 2005.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005


"The tragic storm of Katrina, by Reginald" age 14

Katrina's Kids Project has just begun the fundraising. Currently, they are supporting programming for 360 evacuee children in Houston, Texas attending the New Orleans West Prep Academy. With our help, they will also fund programs in other area of the Gulf Coast and provide individuals grants to evacuee children who qualify.
To see this amazing work and donate to this worthy cause!!! Thank you.

Saturday, December 24, 2005


We spent the last week on a cruise to the Carribean, where I got to make more photographs for the ongoing series, "CRUISE". It was a treat trip, a forget the Fall nightmare Katrina trip, a pampered cruise South to warm weather, tropical drinks and more food than anyone needed. It was a Crack Cruise for Christmas. Cheers!

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Ho, Ho, Ho...OH NO!!!!!!

This was Michael Mead's bathroom in New Orleans. If you don't know his work, take a look at
it, because this house is now gone and he fled the city leaving most of his studio and work back near the 17th Street Canal where it all drown. Ho, Ho, Ho....OH no

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

IT'S A WRAP opens in Dallas

Opening Reception:Friday, December 9, 2005 6 - 8 PM
IT'S A WRAP!December 9, 2005 - January 14, 2006
Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery ends this year with a group exhibition that will highlight works from the collection including new work by artists not previously exhibited in the gallery. Artists in this show include:
John Albok
Lola Alvarez Bravo
Keith Carter
Torben Eskerod
Elliott Erwitt
Adam Fuss*
William Greiner
Nickolas Muray
Morten Nilsson
Michael O'Brien*
O. Zhang*

The gallery is located at:
3115 Routh Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Gallery Hours:Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 6pm

Tuesday, December 06, 2005


I have been working on a series of cruise ship images, in fact, the series was to be exhibited last month in New Orleans, but the show was cancelled. Once again, my ship didn't leave port. Well last Mardi Gras we decided to take a cruise out of New Orleans, make some pictures and get the chill out of our bones. The day the ship was to leave port, two boats collided and sunk in the mouth of the Mississippi, stopping port traffic for days. When we finally departed New Orleans, the ship headed out into a rough Gulf of Mexico and made circles. It rained most of the time, except the sun showed itself once! It never warmed up but the sight was something to see. I lamented being "stuck" in New Orleans! I can't imagine that thought now.

Friday, December 02, 2005


The first cold front has blown in and our two season world has gone from Summer to Winter. Hurricane season is finally over, beleive it or not! Unlike years past, I will be aware of when that season, Summer and hurricanes come around again.