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A Dash of Snow

Went back and found the landscape dusted with snow.     Contact me if you are interested in purchasing a wall print. Sizes startView full post »

My Recent Walk

I went walking the other day, to see what I could see. I gazed up at the clouds, I gazed down at the ground, and this is what IView full post »

Memorial Weekend 2014

My son’s first time to use an SLR. . . And a few I took.View full post »

Watch it Now

Watch a team of four women and twelve crew as they battled fatigue in their quest to finish line of the world’s toughestView full post »

Successful Premiere

The premiere of 2012 Race Across America Team 411 was a great success. Thank you all who made it great. Photographer, Kendall Pavan wasView full post »

2012 Race Across America Team 411 – Premiere

It’s been 18 months in the making. Come watch Dina, Amy, Ann, and Julie as they compete in the world’s toughest bicycling race. Learn howView full post »

2012 Race Across America Team 411 – Trailer

During 2012 summer I filmed four women bicyclist as they competed in the Race Across America (RAAM). To support their effort theyView full post »

Kids That Tri

I had the pleasure of photographing many young athletes as the competed in a duathlon. Along with taking portraits of the coaches, IView full post »

A Staged Home

Recently I photographed a home that was staged, had furniture in it for better showings. It is certainly better to have furniture. It makesView full post »

Up Country

I was out with fellow photographers recently. We discussed our styles, what is art, what inspires us, and general talk. I left with betterView full post »

Real Estate sells faster with better photographs

I had another opportunity to help out a realtor friend by photographing her listing. The first home I photographed for her sold quicklyView full post »

Landscapes from the Race Across America

I created a 15 month calendar of several landscapes I captured while filming the Denver based Race Across America team 411, Love, SweatView full post »