Category Archives: Commercial Photography

Mason Park Bridge East End Houston

I took the scenic route along Brays bayou – not on the pathway. I did know I was heading the correct direction because I could see it. This beautiful pedestrian bridge. A crown jewel of a place that is still very unexplored for me, Mason Park in the East End. “It will also give residents...

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    Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral | Aerial Photography

    Can’t say I completely understand why they were renovating the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral before knocking the old structure down. Beyond a large golden dome the plans have been unclear. It was certainly an interesting view that I have never seen before. We are in a new age of photography with the power of flight.

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      Introducing the Houston Guy

      It’s been a while since I have considered being an artist or even the artistic side of my profession. With the addition of Starlight Giclee I have the full capability to print large images with premium quality. As an architectural photographer and native born Houstonian, I have been enchanted with the Houston skyline and other...

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        Weston Lakes Video

        My cousin Keith and I have been quite busy with video production. It’s quite an undertaking, but the when you tell a good story, the reward is more than worth it. Here is a video we did for a community in Fulshear, Texas named Weston Lakes. I hope you enjoy it! Weston Lakes from Patrick...

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          The Assistant

          For 8 years I worked with Evin Thayer, at Evin Thayer Studios. I assisted this local legend of a photographer with a heart full of passion and an eagerness to become a professional photographer myself. I’d like to thank Mr.Thayer for hiring me back then, it was my first big break. He was/is an important...

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