Her name’s Jean. In 2005, she lived in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans—until Hurricane Katrina surged through in August and forced her, her husband, and her two grandkids to evacuate. The Lower Ninth was hit the hardest by the storm—or at least ignored the longest by city officials […]Read More
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The following blog post originally appeared on my other website—Keyhole Marketing—but I thought it was more than applicable here. Forty-five seconds. That’s all it took. That’s all I lasted without tears falling from my eyes. The first time I heard Chris Staples’ song Dark Side of the Moon, I couldn’t help it. […]Read More
You did it again! You made 2014 another great year for us all at Joetography. Thanks so much for sharing your smiles, laughter, and…most importantly…your money in support of Charity:Water! Together, we raised $7,204 to help give 205 people fresh, clean water this year! Woohoo! Take a look back on […]Read More
The holidays and movies. The two are intertwined like silent and night…like Bing and Crosby…like egg and nog. And we all have our must-watch flicks this time of year: Home Alone, White Christmas, Elf, Christmas Vacation, It’s a Wonderful Life, (insert yours here). A few years back, I added […]Read More
The happiest of holidays from Joetography! So blessed this year to unveil a brand new look and capture all sorts of people, places and things! See you thru the lens in 2014!Read More
For my photography donation in June, I ventured to Midland Arts & Antiques Market…well, actually the field just to the south. Big City Farms Indianapolis has now converted the vacant lot there, cultivating it into an expansive vegetable and fruit-producing garden. On its nearly three acres of land around Indianapolis, […]Read More
Thanks for making 2012 such a great year. Watch the video below to see all the fun we had. See you in the new year…with an all-new look!Read More