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Heavy Lifting at the Lexington Christmas Parade

December 14, 2023

Here are a few shots from the Lexington Christmas Parade of LinkBelt's hydraulic boom crane that's the largest of its kind manufactured in North America. 

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Friday Night at the Old Photographers Home

November 29, 2023

I'm a little late in posting this. This selfie was taken at UK's End of Campaign event a few weeks ago, when UK officially ended their $2 billion capitol campaign. This is myself with David Stephenson and Mark Cornelison. Combined, there is over 130 years of experience in this photo because all three of us started doing photography when we were really young. Both David and Mark are former staffers for the Lexington Herald-Leader, but now work at UK. David is an assistant professor in the journalism department and is the photojournalism adviser for the Kentucky Kernel, and Mark is the University Photographer. It's never a dull moment working with these guys. 

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A Thriving Artist

November 21, 2023

Since my last blog post was about Kevin Osbourn and his Daniel Boone painting, I think I’ll keep the artist vibe going by showcasing another painter that I do copy work for, Kim Perry of Kim Perry Studio in Louisville. I first met Kim in early 2021 when her husband Chris, who I work with at the Kentucky Electric Cooperatives said his wife was beginning to paint and asked if she could paint one of my lineman photos.

They had taken a trip to Ireland and Kim took a painting class while she was there and was a natural at it. For someone who took a class on a vacation whim, Kim has grown and matured into a thriving artist. I’ve enjoyed talking with her about the artistic side of being a creative as well as the business side, which is the hardest part. When you’re creative that part comes from instinct, paying the bills is where the real struggle comes from. There’s definitely a learning curve, usually at the school of hard knocks, when an artist of any kind has to actually make a living. I’ve enjoyed mentoring Kim on a few things, mostly business related because I tell her all the time that I had so many great mentors as I was coming up as a photographer. A true mentor will pay it forward by giving you their time, patience, advice, and opportunity for free.

My process in copying these paintings is really high tech! JK! All I do is put them on a card table in my garage and prop it up with a case of water from Costco. Then I open the garage door and let some light filter in. Since I'm cropping to the painting, the background doesn't matter. When you find good light kids, you'll find good photos!

Kim specializes in painting Kentucky’s two favorite children, horses and bourbon. Several of her equine paintings are from my Keeneland and Kentucky Derby photos, which is pretty cool to see my photos transformed into a painting. It’s like…same country, different universe type of thing. You can see more of her beautiful work at kimperrystudio.com.

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This is Boone Country

October 24, 2023

Back in April my good friend Kevin Osbourn asked me to work on a special project with him. Before retiring last year, Kevin was my main contact at East Kentucky Power, who has been one of my biggest clients for several years. Kevin is an accomplished painter, and I have worked with him several times on photographing subjects for him to then paint on canvas. With this project, Kevin wanted to do a signature painting of Daniel Boone, so we worked with Daniel Boone re-enactor Steve Caudill from Winchester for the portrait. After creating a four foot tall framed painting, Kevin got the idea to paint a mural in downtown Winchester, on the side of Harper's Pawn on Main. 

I'm proud to have been a part of this project. I'm proud to call Kevin my friend. And I'm happy to see Kevin grow and prosper as a local artist. 

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*I've updated this post with some new photos as Kevin finished the mural. 11-20-23

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The Kentucky Lineman's Rodeo

October 04, 2023

Here are a few shots from the Kentucky Lineman's Rodeo that was hosted by Warren RECC in Bowling Green. 

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