Category Archives: photography

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall newsletter, Fall/Winter 2013

A Benefit, Programming and More: ACFL&MH News

Usually my designs for this customer are saturated with color and detail to best describe the events and historical nature of this versatile facility. I’ve been photographing it for years in all its days and nights, performances and special events

Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall newsletter, Fall/Winter 2013

A Benefit, Programming and More: ACFL&MH News

Usually my designs for this customer are saturated with color and detail to best describe the events and historical nature of this versatile facility. I’ve been photographing it for years in all its days and nights, performances and special events

The Ladies' Luncheon Ticket

Ladies’ Luncheon Menu and Tickets for 2014

Every year I choose a different flower for this project, something from my own flower garden from the previous year since I usually design the ticket in January or February, the menu a little later. This year, however, I decided

The Ladies' Luncheon Ticket

Ladies’ Luncheon Menu and Tickets for 2014

Every year I choose a different flower for this project, something from my own flower garden from the previous year since I usually design the ticket in January or February, the menu a little later. This year, however, I decided

newsletter cover

ALT “Vistas” Has A New Look

Sometimes it’s good to freshen the look of something. Vistas had always printed with the same three colors from the logo and the green bars on the outside edge of each page and the same photo pasted into the text

newsletter cover

ALT “Vistas” Has A New Look

Sometimes it’s good to freshen the look of something. Vistas had always printed with the same three colors from the logo and the green bars on the outside edge of each page and the same photo pasted into the text

civil war re-enactors

Images of Living History

Each year Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall hosts a living history event in remembrance of the Civil War, guided by the Library & Music Hall’s own Civil War expert, Espy Post Curator Diane Klinefelter, and including the 9th

civil war re-enactors

Images of Living History

Each year Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall hosts a living history event in remembrance of the Civil War, guided by the Library & Music Hall’s own Civil War expert, Espy Post Curator Diane Klinefelter, and including the 9th

photos from Stage 62s the producers

Photo Assignment: “The Producers”

This past Sunday I photographed the Stage 62 production of The Producers in the Music Hall at Andrew Carnegie Free Library in Carnegie. I love to photograph performances in that hall, and love to photograph performers in general, so I

photos from Stage 62s the producers

Photo Assignment: “The Producers”

This past Sunday I photographed the Stage 62 production of The Producers in the Music Hall at Andrew Carnegie Free Library in Carnegie. I love to photograph performances in that hall, and love to photograph performers in general, so I

illustration of rain garden

Illustration for Rain Garden Interpretive Sign

This illustration is 20″H x 30″W and is done in a combination of watercolor pencil and traditional watercolor on cold-press illustration board. I am familiar with most of the plants included in the garden, and after researching the plant list

illustration of rain garden

Illustration for Rain Garden Interpretive Sign

This illustration is 20″H x 30″W and is done in a combination of watercolor pencil and traditional watercolor on cold-press illustration board. I am familiar with most of the plants included in the garden, and after researching the plant list

front page of andrew carnegie free library & music hall newsletter

The Living History Event and More: ACFL&MH News

We’ve just published another newsletter, just in time for the Civil War Sesquicentennial Living History Event on April 28. Usually my designs for this customer are saturated with color and detail to best describe the events and historical nature of

front page of andrew carnegie free library & music hall newsletter

The Living History Event and More: ACFL&MH News

We’ve just published another newsletter, just in time for the Civil War Sesquicentennial Living History Event on April 28. Usually my designs for this customer are saturated with color and detail to best describe the events and historical nature of