Cinco de Mayo March to Arizona State Capitol

Cinco de Mayo protest/march to the Arizona State Capitol building.

On May 5, protesters marched across downtown Phoenix to the State Capitol Building, then held a candle-light vigil.

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Photos available in flickr set “Cinco de Mayo 2010,” with larger versions available for viewing below.

Cinco de Mayo 2010(select image for gallery view)


May Day Protest, May 1, 2010 – State Capitol Building, Phoenix Arizona.

Photo gallery below; images also available in the flickr set “May Day 2010

“STOP HATE”(select image for gallery view)

Photo-A-Day for 30 Days

If you want to follow along, this might be an interesting experiment.  An idea from some new friends I met at the Photoshop World convention back in October, I’ve joined a “Photo A Day” project — we take a single image a day for 30 days and post them to a pool in flickr.  The 30-days just started today.  I usually think these projects are kinda cheesy, but for some reason I’ve jumped into this one.

You can see my personal “Photo A Day” photos here:

You can see the entire group’s photos here:

You can also search twitter for the hashtag “#PhotoADay” to see our tweets about it.  This link should work:

Feel free to comment if you want.  You already have a flickr account if you have a yahoo account (yahoo owns flickr now, and all yahoo accounts automagically are also flickr accounts, too).

Wish me luck!

Por Amor / For Love – Chandler Hispanic Heritage Festival

Photos are available for the Por Amor / For Love show, performed by New Carpa Theater at the Chandler Hispanic Heritage Festival on September 19, 2009.

For actors and staff, you may access your photo gallery here (password required).  If you have not received a password, please contact me.

A gallery of sample images may be found by selecting the photo to the right of this post.

Apache Junction Fireworks – July 4, 2009

[AJ Fireworks]I had the opportunity to photograph the fireworks display in Apache Junction on July 4th, 2009 (sponsored by the City of Apache Junction Parks & Recreation).

Here is a collection of my favorite shots.