West Main Street

December 31, 2012 Leave a comment

Toast and Whiskey at the Five Point intersection of Main St, Chapel Hill St and Morris St. Pentax Spotmatic II, Helios-44M-4 58/2, Kodak Ektar 100. Unedited.

Toast and Whiskey at the Five Point intersection of Main St, Chapel Hill St and Morris St. Pentax Spotmatic II, Helios-44M-4 58/2, Kodak Ektar 100. Unedited.


The Kress building at the intersection of W. Main St and Mangum St. Pentax Spotmatic II, Helios-44M-4 58/2, Kodak Ektar 100. Unedited.

The Kress building at the intersection of W. Main St and Mangum St. Pentax Spotmatic II, Helios-44M-4 58/2, Kodak Ektar 100. Unedited.


"Black Wall Street" seen from the corner of Parrish and Mangum streets. Pentax Spotmatic II, Helios-44M-4 58/2, Kodak Ektar 100. Unedited.

“Black Wall Street” seen from the corner of Parrish and Mangum streets. Pentax Spotmatic II, Helios-44M-4 58/2, Kodak Ektar 100. Unedited.

Man Love on 9th Street

February 20, 2012 Leave a comment

Because of the warm weather in Durham, North Carolina, 9th Street was busier than usual on December 3rd, 2011.  A few men gathered outside Charlie’s Grill and Pub to enjoy each others company and share common passions.

January 21, 2012 Leave a comment

This is an artist rendition I created in 2010 about a neighborhood’s potential to be revitalized. The neighborhood’s strong architectural bones offer great assets to a city that was voted Most Tolerant City in American last week.

Durham Shooting Club

The Durham Central Market store will be built in one of the most promising neighborhoods of Durham. Surrounded by many buildings of historic value, by public spaces, and empty lots where densed housing is planned to be built, Old Five Points potential to become a truely vibrant sustainable community will become obvious with the construction of the Durham Central Market.

The before and after pictures shown below are a personal rendition illustrating the neighborhood’s potential based on the basic principles of urban revitalization. In just two blocks we find the main elements of a walkable community (or “complete streets”). Sidewalks are larger at intersections where people can gather, find shade, benches, protection against traffic and also, a greater connection with the rest of the neighborhood. Town houses are one of the possible replacements for old neglected boarded houses, across the street from where the Durham Central Market plans on building open spaces where people can sit…

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Taking the train

April 12, 2011 Leave a comment

Another set taken between Duke east campus and American Tobacco.

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On Assignment

April 12, 2011 1 comment

Our intrepid shutterbug Steve is on assignment in Atlanta, but fear not, he has promised to both return for further adventures in D-ham as well as bring the shooting club to the A-T-L.

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Yet another hodgepodge.

April 12, 2011 Leave a comment

(Another) set of laugh lines, age spots, and beauty marks of our bull city.

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From Duke East Campus to the American Tobacco District by the Train Track

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