Category Archive: family

my new buddy finn

okay, so i don’t normally photograph a lot of babies. i mean, it happens from time to time, but that’s usually because it’s a friend’s or family member’s. it’s just not typically what… Continue reading

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wyoming: day 2 (riding the drift, etc.)

we woke before the sun came up… it was a big day.  i made some coffee and we set off to meet Mike and Ellen at kendall bridge. from there we would follow… Continue reading

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wyoming: day 1 (the greatest day of my wife’s life)

so it may sound like an exaggeration, but i promise that’s what she said to me! no, not our wedding day, not the day we met… not even the day she finished reading… Continue reading

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honeymooners

well, as they say, the honeymoon is (technically) over… however, it doesn’t really feel that way. now i’m not just trying to score points here, i promise.  the first month has been a total… Continue reading

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a real vacation

i travel a lot.  but it would be a bit of a stretch to say that my traveling is “vacation”. it’s not that i don’t enjoy the destinations, or have real moments of… Continue reading

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now that it’s Christmas time!!

to me, there is nothing better than Christmas time with the family… we spent the morning with the family in dallas… then we all headed down to austin to spend the rest of… Continue reading

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four(?) musketeers

when i lived in wyoming in 2005, i didn’t have many friends.  but don’t feel sorry for me.  it wasn’t because of the excessive whiskey drinking, or the lack of bathing.  no, it… Continue reading

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like brothers on a hotel bed

wyoming is not a place i share with other people.  i do it alone.  that may sound like a prick thing to say, but it’s true. i go up there to experience solitude,… Continue reading

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badlands

three weeks ago, i left dallas for a 10 state, 5,000 mile road trip. the vast majority of the two week trip would be spent wandering my old haunts in the great states… Continue reading

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hasselblad test

i finally got my hasselblad fixed a few weeks ago in austin.  it was good to shoot some film.  unfortunately, the back broke right after i finished this roll of 12, but the… Continue reading

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the fourth: pictures

all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2009

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july, july

july has started on a high note for me. i went to austin for the fourth, to spend time with my brother, sister, mom, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, my niece, and all three of my… Continue reading

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flipnotics again

a mermaid saw a swimming lad, and picked him up for her own. pressed her body to his body, laughing, and plunging down, forgot in cruel happiness… that even lovers drown. It Ain’t… Continue reading

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bilbao, y mas

teba picked me up and took me straight to the little park in artxanda mountain that overlooks bilbao. wow.  what a view. my first look at the bay of biscay.  really, my first… Continue reading

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the old country

as i’ve been preparing for my trip to spain and lebanon, i’ve been thinking a lot about my grandfather, Casey Cohlmia. papa passed away in 2004 unexpectedly. i felt it was too early.… Continue reading

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flat people?

flat people is bob guittard.  bob guittard is my brother-in-law. a few weeks ago i was contacted by a photo editor to shoot a band in the area.  he said he liked my… Continue reading

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less is More

      there will be less someday there will be less someday — much less, and there will be More; less to distract and amuse; More to adore less to burden and… Continue reading

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post spring-chicken fashion

my friend, Amy, works at an upscale retirement home as an event coordinator.  she loves her job. i’ve always been fond of wiser folks than myself (which happens to include approximately 87% of… Continue reading

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unclehood

my brother down in austin bought his kids a trampoline a few weeks ago.  i had been hearing about how awesome this thing was, but had not yet experienced the bouncy goodness it… Continue reading

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