Photos from Downtown Nashville TN!
- Credit: Ross Jaynes
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This past Friday (8/4/17) I had the honor and privilege of getting back out and shooting bands/music again. One of my besties Daphne is back and man, lemme tell ya, you aren’t ready 😉
Unfortunately, I arrived too late to get some shots of Bearheart (I’ll catch you next time I swear). Upon arrival I went backstage to see Exit/In.
Soon after, People on the Porch took the stage. If you haven’t heard them you should, because I promise you haven’t heard anything like them!
Roanoke was up next and I cannot even describe how impressive they were. Their cover of “The Chain” just about blew me away…
After that it was time for Daphne and the Mystery Machines!
Near the end of the set it was time for the superjam!
Next time you get a chance to see one of these amazing bands play, you should! Check them out at the links below!
People on the Porch
Daphne and the Mystery Machines
Here’s an amazing home in downtown Columbia I had the opportunity to shoot recently!
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June 30th 2017 was my last day at Columbia Power and Water System (my main gig). I had planned this big unveil, a new brand, my new identity and yet it all failed.
Around 5PM Friday, when all this was going to go live, I found out that my webserver had been hacked. Like most of my websites had been major defaced. I checked in to see how much is was going to cost to get everything back up and running. To my dismay, it was going to be around $2500 to restore everything. That was not an option for me as I’m just getting starting becoming an entrepreneur!
I feel like most people would have cried, or decided this wasn’t worth it, or freaked out.
So I did the only thing I could do. I blew it all up and have decided to start over. While that sucks, it was probably going to have to happen anyway. My hosting plan was up in September, I have all of my images triple backed up. I learned about web security and what NOT to do. I can start over, I can try again. While it’s frustrating, it’s given me the gas to move forward. If you got here via a link that doesn’t work anymore I’m going to try to fix it (don’t cross fingers). If you’re new, then I’m happy you’re here! Either way, hop on board as we go on this wild adventure together!