Posts Tagged ‘houston’

Rest in Peace, Maurice Eagle

Rest in Peace, Maurice Eagle

The photography world and the local Houston music scene lost a member.  Maurice Eagle had been battling colon cancer and succumbed to it on the morning of 23 March 2017.  After having moved from Austin to Houston, Maurice brought a unique perspective to photographing bars. When I first saw Maurice, it was just about a […]


It (Was) World Photo Day!

It (Was) World Photo Day!

As legend would have it, the date for World Photo Day came about because it was on 19 Aug 1839 that the French government purchased the patent to the Daguerrotype process and announced that it was being given away to everyone for free.  It seems a good a reason as any to choose a date […]


Moving Forward

Moving Forward

It only took a few hours of frustration to move this blog. That does not include the typo I made in the process, which locked me out of the old blog in nearly complete fashion. I took a few classes on relational databases when I was pursuing a computer science degree. Over a decade has […]


A Small Triumph (and Other Things)

A Small Triumph (and Other Things)

Finally, I can string together a group of coherent thoughts in order to make a larger one.  Truth be told, there’s not much method to my writing madness.  Most times I simply sit down in front of the keyboard, let the thoughts stream out, then edit and organize on the fly.  This past week, however, […]


Untaken – 27 September 2014

Untaken - 27 September 2014

A few months ago I was at a music festival called “Building Temples From Death Fest” here in Houston. It’s an all day death metal show featuring bands from around the United States (and sometimes from outside our fair nation) that’s been going for 4 years now. I was there to photograph for my “Houston […]