Archive for the ‘2011’ Category

Woodward Cruise 2011

Every year since a couple years after it started, and assuming I’m in town, I’ve taken my camera to explore the madness that The Woodward Dream Cruise has turned into.  In addition to the Saturday of the cruise itself, I always manage to wander around on various evenings the week before which are sometimes almost […]

Fall Colors Shoot

SPAM is the Society of Photographers and Models, a group based primarily in the Port Huron area that gathers once a month for the purpose of shooting in different locations and to different themes, providing experience and portfolio material for those that attend.  I joined this particular one at a park in early October when […]

Belle Isle Steampunk Picnic

After an aborted attempt to have a steampunk event and photo shoot at the Belle Isle Conservatory earlier this year, the lovely Vespertine Nova Lark, organizer and trinket-maker extraordinaire, made plans for a picnic in the island on June 18th, 2011.  Though the turnout was not huge, all had a grand time, feasting on delicious […]

2011 Autorama

Autorama, first held in 1953, is a hot rod and custom show held each year in the winter at Cobo Hall in downtown Detroit.  This year’s event, as in past years, featured a variety of types of customs both new and old, dating back many decades in some cases.  Many different styles were on display.  […]

2011 NAIAS

Once again, NAIAS (North American International Auto Show) organizers in conjunction with WWJ radio held a photography contest at the annual Detroit Auto Show.  Contestants were allowed into the show hall an hour early to shoot cars before the crowds showed up, making it easier to get shots minus a bunch of people in the […]

2011 – NAIAS Designer Night Party

Every year since 1990 (Or thereabouts) there has been a gathering of automotive creative designers held in conjunction with the North American International Auto Show. (Detroit Auto Show)  They’ve been hosted by a number of venues, including The State Theater, The College for Creative Studies, The Rattlesnake Club and most often in recent years, The […]