Amy Roloff, September 30, 2014

Hector Black:

An organic farmer, a Harvard graduate, a Quaker, an inspiration and a man that knows a thing or two about forgiveness and love. Spending time with Hector while taking his portrait was a moment that will live in my mind. Words were spoken, but what was unspoken was the most meaningful.

To hear his story, listen here.

#takemoreportraits #storyportrait #onassignment 

Housing Design from above.

Fresh local organic veggies and table wear by Bryce (two posts back)!

Hit the trails near South Cumberland the other day. The leaves made great little color spots on the ground.


I had the chance a while back to snap a few shots of ACC clay artist in residence Bryce Brisco. 

I rarely post pictures of myself, but I dig this old school polaroid Alyson snapped on the 4th. 


Snapped this the other day as the Gov. was leaving after addressing the boys at Boys State.


Wow. It has sure been a long time since I last posted… Snagged an impromptu shoot with this lady who was shooting some images for an upcoming album cover. 


Been shooting a lot of film lately. Here are a few shots from the past week or so. 


So if you follow me on any other social media accounts, chances are that you have seen this kid. HIs name is Cody and he is a pretty rad photographer I have know since college. I was able to convince him to stop by in Tennessee and help us with some projects at Tennessee Tech.

This is his mandatory first day of school portrait taken with my fave 35mm non-portrait lens that I love to use for portraits.

Look for more from him here as he blogs WAY more than me.

Granville, TN:

Live Radio Show on Saturday nights at the Sutton General Store. This week’s guest was Valley Grass. 


Finally having a chance to look at some of the snaps from the Fuji X100s I took to Italy two months ago… Rather liked that little camera.

Shot this a while back when The Fray came to Tennessee Tech.

Carter - Houston, TX