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Posts tagged Northwest Arkansas Documentary Photography
Walter's Boot & Shoe Repair | Northwest Arkansas Commercial Photography

6 years ago when I first started this series, Carl Walter was the first person I featured and he will forever be the toughest act to follow. I would try to sum up my experience in talking with him if I could. But you just can’t summarize a 3 hour long conversation filled with humble beginnings and war stories and everything in between, so here’s a link to go back and read it for yourself.

Fast forward to today, where Aaron and Kim Walter have

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Happy Thanksgiving.

No words I type here will be able to put into proper perspective, the amount of gratitude I have for my clients, my friends, my colleagues and for those of you who stumble onto my site in one way or another and appreciate my work. Here’s to hoping that you have ample time to eat too much, make memories with your families and most importantly, breathe.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Happy Thanksgiving.

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Shirepost Mint | Northwest Arkansas Editorial Photography

It never ceases to amaze me the local talent I discover as a working photographer. One of my recent photo shoots for Arkansas Made Magazine led me to Springdale, Arkansas where Shirepost Mint has been making custom fantasy coins since 2001. I had a blast touring their facility, hearing the story of how their business started and how it grew to receive national and worldwide attention. Enjoy the images and be sure to look for the article in the upcoming issue of Arkansas Made Magazine.

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Experience Fayetteville | Northwest Arkansas Commercial Photography

Fayetteville Arkansas knows how to throw a good party. (And not just of the college variety) Case in point, their First Thursday events that happen every first Thursday of the month during the warmer seasons in Arkansas. Their last one for the year was last week and I had the opportunity to attend it and photograph it. They also debuted their new Veoride Bike Share Program, making the city even more bike-friendly (which I didn’t think was possible). Party on, Fayetteville.

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