Confusion in Black and White

Every January I attend the Confusion Convention in Michigan, and this January was no exception. One again I had a delightful time with many people I like and admire. And I also got pictures, as I often do. I’ll be posting a more complete set at some point in the near(ish) future, but until them, here are some I took, in glorious black and white. Enjoy.

Charlie Jane Anders, David Anthony Durham, Kate Elliott

Charlie Jane Anders, David Anthony Durham, Kate Elliott

Meg Frank

Meg Frank

Andrea Phillips

Andrea Phillips

Luke Daniels

Luke DanielsĀ 

Annalee Newitz

Annalee Newitz

Jim Butcher

Jim Butcher

Kristine Scalzi

Kristine Scalzi

16 Comments on “Confusion in Black and White”

  1. Once again, I scrolled down through your pictures murmuring things like, “Oh, very nice!” And then we came to Krissy and I said, “Awww!” Somehow, when you photograph her, your love just always shines through and the picture seems somehow special. I love to see it.

  2. I always appreciate pictures of various notables like authors at events, because frequently dust jackets either have way out of date photos, or none at all. It lets me put a face on the writing.

  3. In the unlikely event that you decide writing is not your future, you could do well as a photographer. You really are good at capturing a particular moment of a personality.

  4. I love me some Dresden Files….i don’t know much about Mr Butcher himself…but very cool to see to authors I read secretly hanging out in real life….(assuming you actually hang out and don’t just snap photos of unsuspecting people, cause that’s just creepy). Good portrait shots tho….

  5. The pictures of Andrea and Luke are stand outs among this set. Although I have to second what Deborah noted. I suspect more love goes into photos of your wife and daughter. The Jim Butcher picture is good too but that thing in the background needs to go. The Luke pic also has something on the lower left that could go but it didn’t distract as much. Very nice work.

  6. I love the photo of Meg Frank, but Charlie Jane Anders’s hair is more interesting in color. ;-)