Friday, August 30, 2013

Back to School Portrait Special

It's that time of year again and everyone is busy getting pictures done.  So to help everyone out I'm having a 75% off  portrait special for the month of September.  That's right.  Only $50.00 for senior portraits, head shots and even family portraits.  Just drop me a line at and let's make plans.  Hope to hear from you soon.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Stage Coach Theatre Annual Picnic and Meeting

This time I photographed the Stage Coach Annual Picnic and Meeting.  This event is where they take care of official business like driving up membership, electing officers and reports.  It's also a pot luck affair with a grill for whatever you choose to bring.  Then the second half is the Masque Awards, best supporting actor, etc.  And then the special part of this year's event was that we were also celebrating the godmother of STC's 90th birthday.  She has got to be the spryest 90 year old I have ever seen.  Interestingly enough this event took place in her backyard, as it has for years.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Chaotic Acts of Theatre: The Lord Of The Rings, The Short Version

Théâtre sans Limites has done it again.  Though now they have changed their name to something easier to handle, Chaotic Acts of Theatre.  You may remember back when they condensed all six Star Wars movies to thirty minutes using two actors.  This time they've done their treatment on The Lord of the Rings with four actors and in just thirty minutes again.  The shoot was challenging considering it was all top down florescent lighting and as a bonus the light at stage left was burned out making my foreground too dark while it got to bright far away from me.  But hopefully you'll get the idea.  They performed for the kids at the Ada County Library and were well received with gales of laughter and applause


Friday, August 9, 2013

Story Story Late Night: Bigot

I did another photo shoot with Story Story Late Night and it was a very fun one.  The subject this time was "Bigot Stories" and while at first thought I mused that it might be a bit of a downer.  Actually it was quite the opposite.  Most of the stories gravitated toward being victorious despite the prejudicial discrimination by bigoted people.  That and the performers were top notch story tellers.  It was a lot of fun.  I hope you enjoy the pictures.