This is a video I shot and produced for Siena Farm in Paris, Ky. They are a new broodmare operation and used the video on their innovative website.
Super Saver Derby 2010 – Images by David Stephenson After 12 years of covering the Kentucky Derby for the Lexington Herald-Leader as a staff photographer, I had a few more options this year as a freelancer (of course one options was to sit at home sipping mint juleps and watch the race on the big […]
President Bill Clinton spoke on the campus of the University of Kentucky on Monday, throwing his support behind Attorney General Jack Conway who is running for the U.S. Senate against Rand Paul. While the majority of the media were on risers designated for them, I decided to take the Kernel’s 600mm f/4 and shoot from […]
A pair of juvenile barn owls peek out from their nesting cavity, which is five stories up in a nearly-finished office building in Coldstream Research Campus in Lexington. It’s unusual for barn owls to nest in man-made structures, but wildlife biologist hope that they will return in future years to raise more babies in a […]
Kentucky Highland Renaissance Festival – Images by David Stephenson . If you’ve never been to Eminence, Kentucky for the Kentucky Highland Renaissance Festival, you are due for a treat. The food, cast of characters and the entertainment is rich! You can get more information at their website. Click here for an audio slide show I […]
I spent the day at Keeneland focusing on the favorites for the Blue Grass Stakes. Naturally, they didn’t win. An underdog named General Quarters, owned and trained by Tom McCarthy, won the Blue Grass Stakes and was headed for the Kentucky Derby.
Jennifer Garner and Idol Gives Back in Jackson, Ky – Images by David Stephenson In March, I was hired by Fox TV to be the still photographer for the segment they were producing for American Idol Gives Back, which feature actor Jennifer Garner visiting the LBJ Elementary School’s Save the Children outreach program in Jackson, […]
This video was shot with the Canon 5D Mark II on a beautiful morning before the Keeneland Race Track 2009 spring meet was to open in Lexington.
In February, reporter Amy Wilson and I took a day-long road trip into Western Kentucky to see how folks were coping two weeks after what was perhaps the worst ice storm in modern history.
Spent an evening around the neighborhood looking for those little signs of spring. After such a long winter, these little glimpses of spring are quite welcome indeed.