Sorry for the delay; I spent some time refactoring the maintenance interface to the database.
I cleaned up some of the SQL, scrapped some hard code for jQuery (hey, it’s an OLD interface now!), added some indeces– usual stuff. But it was worth it, I probably saved almost as much time in the entry process as it took to make the changes.
Just as a reminder, these entries are based on notes and are not to be considered ANYTHING like final yet. The only official source of Florida NPC contest information comes from their Web site.
As the NPC and show promoter’s sites get updated I’ll update the schedule, but remember that stuff haapens: venues have date conflicts, sanctions can be denied, and so forth and so on. Always confirm your participation plans with the show promoter.
So anyway, here is the unofficial 2013 NPC schedule. Enjoy.
I recently uploaded some new photos of Peggy H. on the site.
Peggy needed some shots for a magazine and graciously allowed me to use a handful on my own site.
To say I’m happy with them is an understatement.
Peggy is wonderful to work with; she enjoys being photographed and she’s patient with the process.
The new shots are towards the end. I hope you like them too.
Shots from the 2012 Orlando Metro, held April 7th in Orlando, FL,are up on the site.
Sorry for the delay, it’s been insanely hectic of late and I’ve also been fighting with my Web host over some RAM restrictions that have been interfering with the normal operation of the site.
The Gateway shots should be up in short order, and I also did a shoot with Peggy Hilbert recently that will provide a nice update to her page.
Thank goodness for the holiday break. I finished the shots from the July shoot with Sherry and got them up on her page. Hope you enjoy.
Athena’s page has been updated with new shots from June (okay, there’s no question about it: I’ve been busy).
But the color is spectacular and isn’t her haircut cute? Athena is about the easiest person I’ve ever been privileged to work with. Enjoy.
Shots from the 2011 Lakeland , held September 10, are up on the site.
Crossing a stage that was brilliantly lit by more than a half-dozen Mason jars containing a dead firefly each, the level of competition was nevertheless outstanding.
I also ran in to Melissa Babers who has been somewhat scarce of late while she attends to frivolous pastimes such as raising her child.
We did a mini-shoot with a competitor she was training and with luck I’ll be able to persuade Melissa to take some new shots for her page later in the fall.