2011 January

I post recent shoots, and any other news I feel the need to share here. Check back often to stay informed!

Commercial Image Use

Posted January 19th, 2011 by lance with 3 Comments

I was recently contacted by UK based sports statistical analysis company Prozone about the use of one of my images. They had found a photo I took of the Unversity of Akron Men’s Soccer Team during a friendly a few years ago with the Columbus Crew. Prozone recently signed on with Akron Soccer to provide statistical analysis for all of their matches, and wanted an image for their news article announcing the deal. The article is now posted and can be viewed here.




Curtis & Aloys – New Years Eve Wedding

Posted January 17th, 2011 by lance with No Comments

Curtis & Aloys decided to ring in the new year by getting married! I 2nd-shot this wedding with my good friend Justin Ketchem, and it was a really fun day. We had time to run to downtown Willoughby to take some fun creative photos, including some using a beautiful space above the Arabica Coffee shop. The weather decided to play nice, and we actually had an incredibly mild day for the time of year. The New Years celebration certainly made for a fun reception, and the party went on long into the night. Curtis and Aloys really embraced the festivities by providing party favors for all of their guests, and of course a live-countdown to midnight. I’ve included some of my favorite images from the day below.




Dan & Nichole – Queen of Heaven Wedding

Posted January 9th, 2011 by lance with No Comments

On December 18th I had the privilege of photographing Dan & Nichole’s wedding at the Queen of Heaven church in Uniontown. The reception was held at Heritage Barn in Stow. I had a lot of fun shooting this one, Dan & Nichole were awesome to work with. While the temperature was quite cold, I’m glad the bridal party toughed it out outside, because the outdoor photos turned out absolutely beautiful! We have had quite a lot of snow here recently, and the recent accumulation on the trees really made these shots great.