We cover a two-fold area. First, comes urban scenes.That's street photography, architectural,nature and landscapes for fine arts and interior designers. Second: freelance editorial images for newspapers,magazines and stock images for advertising, marketing and web designers and bloggers..
Both areas are listed with our agent and a few stock agencies. The editorial images are listed with the two largest and noted editorial image houses with combined coverage in the ballpark of 200 million images currently and growing. We enjoy the edit as much as the shoot and combined, it keeps us moving forward. There is one area that overlaps both editorial and urban. And we love that area very passionately. That area is air craft, trains and boats.
Also, passing up something unique or naturally beautiful will never be passed up if within sight; seasonal flowers and migrations.
Most everyone knows the meaning of paparazzi. Some even know that it is plural for paparazzo. Our name came from the fact that at the time we began, we were the only ones in the Metroplex, maybe even the region, that did what we do that isn't a related focus on people. Rather we focused on various aspects of urban segments and we watched how quickly the copycats followed something new..
01/06/2002 – Present, Dallas, Texas USA
Our images appear in print and on websites around the world as well as books, album covers, muriels and some skin covers. Our wall hangings are in conference rooms, board rooms and private homes in major world markets and quiet villages.We are proud that those images are sold under our mother's name, Glendine's, and are made of quality materials and craftmanship.While you can find some of those items in links here, the curio items are only distributed through Zazzle, to the public-at -large and shop owners for use with their businesses and clients.
We want you to enjoy our work and encourage you to visit us as often as your time allows. The Metroplex is growing at such a fast pace we are more pressed for time to shoot, edit, write and post than at any time in the past decade. That's a sign of growth, but we weigh the so-called trends with a heavy heart because we don't want to get lost in just being a follower. We still want to be the leader and focus on the subject matter that is worthwhile.
Thank you for your past interest in our site and we sincerely hope that you will find something from our mission statement that brightens your days.