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Welcome to Tony's Blog!

Having settled in Denver, Colo., after years of living and working as a professional photographer in New York City and San Francisco, I spend my days (and quite a few nights) taking pictures. My love for photography is more than a passion; it’s an obsession, and I’m constantly in search for the next story I can tell through my camera lens.

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Denver Wedding Photography: The Wedding of Jennifer Nelson and Jason Lord

Denver Wedding Photography Denver Wedding Photographers Affordable Wedding Photography Denver Wedding Photographer Colorado Wedding Photography Denver Wedding Photographer ~ I had the good fortune to photograph Jennifer Nelson and Jason Lord’s wedding at The Inverness Hotel and Conference Center this summer in the Denver, Colorado metro area. They had a beautiful ceremony on the grounds. […]

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an afternoon photo session with Lauren, Tobin and Weston

I had the delightful opportunity to photograph the Sykes family last weekend at Commons Park in Denver, Colorado. We met for the first time on location. Little Weston was starting to teeth, but I think we had a great time anyway. I love photographing kids, because I never know what they are going to do. […]

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Helen Rudy Glass

This is what I photographed today at my studio of Helen Rudy’s glass art. She is a local artist producing beautiful works.

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Del Toro Corrida model #1211

This is the latest offering from Del Toro Guitars called the Del Toro Corrida model. All handmade from a single piece of alder, quarter sawn birds eye maple, an ebony fingerboard with mother of pearl block inlays.  The electronics consist of 2 TV Jones Powertron humbuckers wired into a traditional volume, 3 way, and master […]

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helen rudy glass

This is a sample of what I photographed recently of Helen Rudy’s glass art. She is a local artist producing beautiful works. Check out her new website at http://helenrudyglass.com/ .

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