People


Jack Aronson – Garden Fresh

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Apr 2014

Jack Aronson – Garden Fresh

I photograph CEO of Garden Fresh, the maker of my favorite chips and salsa, Jack Anderson for a local magazine.  I spent about an hour and a half photographing him and the facility.  I created a number of good photographs for the client. My favorite, although a simple shot of Jack, is the one I’ve displayed on this page.


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Mar 2013

Josh Linkner

I photographed Josh Linked in downtown Detroit in January of 2013.  Josh is a well-known Detroit community entrepreneur, author and investor.  I took this image using one light and balancing it against the sky in the background. I used tone-mapping and post processing techniques to develop the final image.  There were some cords in the scene that I did not want visible in the final...

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Kevin Bell, Chrysler

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May 2012

Kevin Bell, Chrysler

Kevin Bell, Chrysler. Senior Manager – Diversity Supplier Development. Photography by Rosh Sillars


Suntel Services –  Michigan

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Apr 2012

Suntel Services – Michigan

Owners of SunTel Services. Left Gary S. Jackson and his brother Donald E. Jackson. Sun Tel Services has been supporting Detroit companies with their communications needs since 1986.  The company is one of the Detroit Michigan small business success stories. I took as series of images of the brothers at their recently updated building to support the company with their advertising and website.


Judy Davids

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Apr 2012

Judy Davids

This is one of my favorite images of Judy Davids. I met her almost a decade ago.  She is someone who always has something going on. A guitarist for her band The Mydols, entrepreneur behind PostEgram, being interviewed on national television multiple times or writing a cool book called Rock Star Mommy. She is an active member of the Detroit community and a great subject...

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Best Photographer in Michigan

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Mar 2012

Best Photographer in Michigan

In 2006 I was named the best event photographer in Michigan by Meetings and Events Magazine.  Honestly, that is old news.  I’ve always taken it with a grain of salt.  But, if I’m going to share my experience it’s certainly one for the resume. My photojournalism background has made photographing events second nature.  I don’t do as many smaller events as I used to.  I...

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Scott Monty – Detroit – Ford Motor Company

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Feb 2012

Scott Monty – Detroit – Ford Motor Company

I photographed Scott Monty for a Metro Detroit Magazine in late 2011. I enjoyed talking with him.  I was able to get a little insight into his life as the Global Digital & Multimedia Communications Director at Ford Motor Company . Scott is a long time blogger, active social media community member and leader. He coined the social media term Tweetup.  A tweetup is an...

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Eva Marrow

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Jan 2012

Eva Marrow

My Portrait of Metro Detroit Real Estate agent Eva Marrow owner of MichiganHomes.net. She is an excellent agent and works really hard online to support her clients, generally high-end buyers and sellers in Oakland County.  I’ve known her for a few years. I have recently had the opportunity to work with her through my association with Royal Oak web design firm Synectics Media.  


Detroit Photographer Pricing

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Jan 2012

Detroit Photographer Pricing

Photography Rates in Detroit: People often ask me what are the standard rates for Detroit Photographers. After years of job loss and negative news in Detroit photographers are not immune to the pressures of the economy. Today photographers come from many backgrounds with various levels of experience.  I often recommend photo buyers review their goals, photography portfolios and then consider price. The rates below are...

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Cornerstone School – Violin Portrait

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Dec 2011

Cornerstone School – Violin Portrait

I often create images for Cornerstone Schools.  The teachers, staff and kids are always a joy to photograph.  This photo was taken for their annual report. I enjoy using shallow depth of field.  This image worked well in both color and black and white.  Black and white was a little better.  I think that is the case more often than not.  



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