During the peak of our recent batch of Spring storms, I was contacted by Jeremy Hallock of the Dallas Observer. He was interested in doing an article on my photography and career. He was also keen on watching me work and was especially interested in my time-exposure work. Since I had a few things on my to-do list in Dallas, this was an opportunity to kill two birds with one stone.
We decided to meet at the rooftop pool / bar of the Nylo Hotel, (which has a really cool painted baby grand piano) that would afford an interesting view of the Dallas skyline. As it was Memorial Day weekend, both Reunion Tower and the Omni Hotel were running red, white and blue displays, which proved to be quite striking at sunset. After capturing what I wanted there, we relocated to the west side of the Trinity River, which was rain-swolen to near-historic levels at the time. I had long wanted to capture the Dallas skyline reflected in the Trinity River and this was the perfect opportunity.
Read the Dallas Observer Article
Some of the photos from this shoot and interview: