With a nod towards the basketball post-season and Kentucky’s beloved men’s AND WOMEN’S teams, Amy Wilson and I took a trip to Wild Cat, Kentucky in Clay County to resume our Project Dateline series. I had to take a little break from working on this series since I left the Herald-Leader nearly a year ago. […]
I had a tip a year ago about this eagle hanging out near Jacobson Park, but I never could find it. Herald-Leader photog Charles Bertram told me it was back out there today so I went to see if I could find it. Sure enough – there it was exactly where I was told to […]
It’s been about three months since the University of Kentucky’s campus-wide smoking ban went into effect. As I walk across campus most days, I don’t see too many smokers. But recently, I have noticed that a few [stubborn?] students don’t seem to worry too much about the ban and they continue to smoke as they […]
Kentucky Winter – Images by David Stephenson We had another good weekend of snow in Central Kentucky and I had a great time with the fam on a trip to Cumberland Falls. Check out the photo Angie took of me while shooting the sunrise over a lake. The light and frozen water was so beautiful […]
The Kentucky News Photographers Association finished up its seminar and contest this past weekend. And like most years, I left feeling revived, optimistic, and humbled. This year I was especially pessimistic about the competition and had let myself be affected by the negativity in the industry. No doubt it has been a rough few years […]
It is the first week of January and we finally had our first decent snowfall in Central Kentucky. January 1st also marked the first day I was eligible to freelance for the Herald-Leader. So while I was looking for some “horses in snow” photos to help build up my almost non-existent stock files, I ran […]
This is the 67th year that the Santa Train has ridden a 110-mile route through Appalachian towns in eastern Kentucky and southwestern Virginia handing out toys and gifts to thousands of rural families before culminating in a parade in Kingsport, Tennessee. The Santa Train was originally created as a means for the Kingsport and tri-state […]
About a hundred UK students gathered for a few hours on campus to protest the campus-wide tobacco ban which took effect today. You can read more about it and see how the Kernel photogs shot it.
Just a random fall photo from the walk home from work. Normally, I have zero appreciation for fire hydrants, but . . .
Here are a few of my favorites from Emily and Alex’s wedding I shot with Jonathan Palmer a few weeks ago.