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Recently I was asked by a friend and fantastic photographer Amaris Hames to help shoot a wedding. She needed a photo booth and knew I had the gear. So an unholy alliance was formed! Bwahahahahaha! OK, so perhaps not really an unholy alliance, but I did say yes to helping with the photo booth. Woo! […]
Today I launched the new look and feel of the site. Coming soon will be all updated content and photos for the portfolio. I’m quite excited and feel extremely motivated to push this site beyond just posting a photo every now and again. Hopefully you’ll take the ride with me.
Had a the chance to see Stone Temple Pilots last night at the Raleigh Amphitheater. I was a bit nervous as I had heard stories about certain members of the band flaking out from time to time. That did not happen last night. It was an amazing show.
August was a good month. Somehow I managed to get two articles written about me and my work on the Carolina Rollergirls blog. This first article is about the photography I do at their bouts: http://carolinarollergirls.wordpress.com/2010/08/16/joshuacraig/ The second article is an interview with yours truly: http://carolinarollergirls.wordpress.com/2010/08/18/joshuacraiginterview/ Thanks so much to the Carolina Rollergirls for making […]
Wilber’s Barbecue was the third stop on our whirlwind tour. We decided to play it smart and go visit The Cliffs of the Neuse State Park to walk off some of the first two lunches. Wilber’s was my least favorite of the three. It wasn’t that it was bad, it was still tasty, but it […]
This is the second stop on our tour.Â Second stop in an hour actually.Â This is the Skylight Inn in Ayden, NC.Â I’m pretty sure I saw this place on a Food Network show a couple of years ago. Notes: They mix some cracklin in with the meat to give it a nice crunch. The […]
So, today Liz and I began the first of many excursions to try and complete the North Carolina Barbecue Society’s Historic Barbecue Trail. It’s a challenge to discover exactly what North Carolina BBQ is like from East to West and to get out and enjoy some more of our state. We’ve decided to document our […]
After years of talking about it, I finally got a tattoo. It’s the Craig family coat of arms. The text says “Vive Deo Ut Vivas” which is Latin for “Live for God and you shall have life”
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