Master Sergeant Roy E Aldridge is living, breathing history right here in El Paso. He has been on the cutting edge of the Manhattan Project, nuclear medicine and so much more. This is part of his story.
Photographer, photojournalist, overly disgruntled reporter.
What follows is an article I wrote about two years ago. The article and video are about one of my favourite people, Sister Maria. I hope that you will enjoy […]
My wife and I walked around downtown El Paso, Texas, today. It was a ghost-town for the most part. These are the times we live in.
Billy the Kid breaks Melquiades Segura out of jail in San Elizario, Texas
I have met some amazing individuals throughout my life and my career. One couple that stands out is Vera and Gerald Pratt. The Pratts have had a blessed life. When […]
When taking photos and editing them, I have two very distinct styles I love. The first is sort of a grunge, black and white photo with lots of noise. The […]
Cemeteries hold a special place in my body of work. This was, in a way, the beginning of a journey for me to finding my faith, peace and calm.
There is a wealth of art in El Paso County. From the murals at the El Paso County Courthouse to the art found along the streets of town. Hope you find something you enjoy in this series of photos.
In El Paso, we have a special devotion to our Blessed Mother. What follows are some of my favourite prayers and photos I’ve taken of the Blessed Mother. What is […]