Rural Decay Exploration of Old Schoolhouse

Perhaps a little known fact about me is I really love the unique beauty of urban decay. In the south, as is the case virtually all over the world, you see abandon buildings, houses, and various different structures that are being reclaimed by nature. You've heard of "urban decay photography," sometimes referred to as urban…

The Beauty of History and Tradition in a Church Sanctuary

Yesterday we had the treat of being able to tour the Independent Presbyterian Church in Birmingham on our way home from UAB, and what a gorgeous church it is. If you haven't been to Birmingham, Alabama before, the Magic City has a ton of things to see, but the skyline around town has several incredible…

To Honor a Local Artist Cindy Massey and Her Murals

As with all things, change is inevitable. Change is actually the one thing that actually stays constant, and this week we began an extensive remodeling process that would bring the vision of Cornerstone Church together. After more than a year of planning, in February 2012, Cornerstone opened its first off-site location, called our Cornerstone Church at…

To Honor a Local Artist Cindy Massey and Her Murals

As with all things, change is inevitable. Change is actually the one thing that actually stays constant, and this week we began an extensive remodeling process that would bring the vision of Cornerstone Church together. After more than a year of planning, in February 2012, Cornerstone opened its first off-site location, called our Cornerstone Church at…

The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art :: Photos

After shooting in Auburn for more than five years now I had never been over to the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, and it was quite nice. They were very gracious to allow me to shoot in the non-art areas of the museum and the architecture made for some great shots. I would…