Category Archives: Video


A mix of still and moving images of Floyd County High School Volleyball. Edited for fun and with appreciation for the hard work of the student athletes and coaches. Continue Reading

Music on a wet Friday Night

Amid the predictions of doom and gloom that surrounded Floyd County and Southwestern Virginia this weekend, life went on nonetheless for standards like The Friday Night Jamboree in downtown Floyd. Continue Reading

Luke, Abby & Laurel

The duo of Luke & Abby added a third member last weekend to their appearance at Americana Afternoon: Violist Laurel Brooke who used to play for Scott Perry’s Three Shades of Blue. Continue Reading

Keeping the music on the streets of Floyd

Keeping the music on the streets of Floyd

The musicians who provide the Friday night free street show in Floyd are working with the town to try and work out a way to provide the music and a safe place for the fans to watch, dance and enjoy themselves. They are moving their performances to safer areas along Locust Street, including Lineberry Park… Continue Reading


Windfall was known as Brother Wind when I first filmed them together on the Floyd Country Courthouse lawn during one of the early “Spring Into Summer” events about a decade ago. Continue Reading

Independence Day

Images of the Fourth of July as recognized and celebrated in America. Includes photographs from a half-century of work as a photojournalist and a recent decade as a cinematographer. Continue Reading

Granddad chases women…

Nothin’ Fancy, the Bluegrass group out of Lexington, gave the audience a listen to an unrecorded tune about “Granddad chases women out at the local retirement home” during their concert at The Floyd Country Store Thursday night as part of the Crooked Road Mountain Music Homecoming week. Continue Reading

Sounds of Chantilly Farm Bluegrass

Music from Meadows of Dan’s Sammy Shelor, Floyd’s The Wildmans and New River Valley’s Gravel Road Bluegrass accompany clips of the Chantilly Farms Bluegrass and BBQ Festival this weekend. Scenes also feature Rhonda Vincent, wearing a costume that seemed more tu-tu than dress and Junior Sisk. Continue Reading