Travel to the Earth’s version of the Moon at White Pocket inside Paris Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs National Monument.
I’m going to keep the words to a minimum in this post. Over the last five months I’ve spent a good deal of time exploring Cambridge, MD and the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge region of the Eastern Shore. What a spectacular place. Postscript: Places like Blackwater NWR are currently at risk of losing funding because […]
In June, I decided to bite off a chunk of adventure on a manageable scale, and headed to Chamonix, France to hike in the Alps on the infamous circuit surrounding the Mont Blanc massif, commonly known as Tour du Mont Blanc (TMB). A more reasonable, but still challenging morsel of exploration. For good measure, I threw in a glacier hike because why the hell not, when I’m surrounded by world famous, mammoth glaciers.
On the road this weekend to North Carolina–Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach area. Sunday morning photos from the trip. A little #MondayMotivation On a more local, professional side, just finishing up a little photo project for Cushman and Wakefield on a freshly renovated commercial property in Tysons Corner.
Photographer, Amy Doherty, opens gallery of fine art photo prints for sale.
I traveled to Imperial, Missouri to witness the eclipse, and stayed at a friend’s family farm along the Mississippi River. It’s a quiet little place–except for the passing trains. I spent the first several days scouting a site to photograph and witness my first solar eclipse totality, and settled on a spot along the […]
Yesterday, I took a little field trip to witness one of the best examples of an endurance athlete the world has to offer. I got up very early for a chance to catch a glimpse of ultra-cyclist Christoph Strasser as he headed to Annapolis, MD for another win in Race Across America. This guys holds […]
Five years ago I was part of a winning 11 person team supporting a rookie cyclist in Race Across America (#RAAM), a 12 day bicycle race across the United States. This race is often called the toughest bicycle race in the world because it’s non-stop, 30% longer than the Tour de France and completed in […]
I’ve long had an internal debate about the best ways to provide the service of highlight reels to high school athletes and their families looking to garner attention from college recruiters. I see families who don’t know where or how to start the process, while others spend hundreds or more without any plan for how to […]
Happy Centennial birthday to our National Park Service today! Who among us hasn’t marveled at some natural or manmade wonder preserved and protected for all to enjoy? This weekend all National Parks will have free admission. Thank a National Park Ranger when you’re there for their service. We are forever indebted to Teddy Roosevelt […]
Just in time for #Election2016 I’m releasing various time-lapse shots of #DC. Many of the shots are of #monuments and area #landmarks. I love how a woman runner stops and lies at the base of the #WashingtonMonument, the clouds around the Winter Moon, the couple on the left side of the stairs of the #LincolnMonument […]
See the sights from new high rise in Tysons Corner, VA.
I had the pleasure of stumbling into St. Augustine, Florida just prior to its 450th Anniversary last week, while I was in the process of college tours with my daughter. The town is the oldest permanently occupied European settlement in the U.S. I am a graduate of Flagler College, situated in St. Augustine, and was happy to see […]
It’s not often cold enough, long enough to freeze the C&O Canal in DC to the point of allowing ice skating, but that benchmark has been achieved a few times this winter. It seems the opportunity will last a while longer as we await another blast of extreme cold this week. Makes for good photos.
Genealogical research is a popular hobby all over the world and the Web has made the research easier, faster and more accessible. It’s a rewarding process, but hobbyists and professionals can find themselves overwhelmed by the bulk of information gathered, and how best to condense it into a palpable and transferable package. I’ve been involved […]
It’s official. Pawpro will be a part of the Hopecam.org crew following Len Forkas’ solo attempt in the 2012 Race Across America from Oceanside, CA to Annapolis, MD next month. Pawpro will provide daily video reports for Hopecam’s social media audiences during the 12 day race. The event crosses California, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, […]
Each video and production develops a life of its own. The latest release from Pawpro Media is no exception. This is the fourth video we’ve completed for Bob Fleshner and his superb race organizing partners. The Anything Is Possible 5K is held on the first Sunday of November on the night the clocks turn back, […]
Tonight, Pawpro Media will have crews working in Seattle, Atlanta and just outside Washington, DC covering the multi-city race, Anything Is Possible 5K, which starts and coincides with Daylight Savings and the clocks turning back. At, 1:50 AM runners will hit the pavement in Atlanta, Reno, Seattle, Washington, DC, and Virginia Beach trying to beat […]
Highlight Reel Sample Not all highlight footage is equally created. Pawpro produces high quality video footage of athletic teams or individual athletes which may be used as a coaching tool, or to highlight team and personal skills/strengths. Be aware, this is more than just generic game footage which most highlight and recruiting reel companies are […]
For many years I have been exploring my ancestry, and I recently made an interesting discovery. It appears my love for almost all things related to photography may run in the family. My grandfather’s cousin, my third cousin, was, and is, a relatively well-known photographer in New York whose work is still sought by collectors […]
On Sunday morning, Nov. 6 in Reno, Atlanta, San Diego, DC, Viera, and Seattle runners will race against the clock on the night of Daylight Savings. Your participation will benefit two charities Hope for the Warriors and Team Red, White & Blue which both work to provide support services to our troops returning and recovering […]
Just found out that one of the videos Pawpro produced for the American Odyssey Relay is to be featured on Active.com, a Website that promotes and features athletic and outdoor activities around the world, i.e. races, registrations, equipment, training information, and so on . Active reports 4.5 million visitors per month. Both American Odyssey and […]
Pawpro received the call of running relay organizer Bob Fleshner to shoot the third annual running of The American Odyssey Relay, a 200 plus mile foot race from Gettysburg, PA to Washington, DC. This will be 36 non-stop, exhausting hours of movement for the runners and teams, as well as Pawpro’s video crews. The race […]
Pawpro Media is a video production company offering online video solutions. We produce high quality, creative video content that effectively breaths life into your Web page or online marketing campaigns. Besides making your site more attractive and informative, video will increase your Web traffic as browsers search for related multimedia content separately and simultaneously from […]