Unfortunately I've never taken many pictures during my career but here are a few:

  • Willie Nelson Willie Nelson Willie Nelson and myself, year unknown, at Scruggs Studio in Nashville.
  • Toby Keith Toby Keith Toby Keith and myself in 2006 at Scruggs Studio in Nashville during the recording of the "Broken Bridges" movie soundtrack.
  • Steven Seagal Steven Seagal Steven Segal and myself in 1997 at Ocean Way in Los Angeles during the recording of the "Fire Down Below" movie soundtrack.
  • Ricky Scaggs Ricky Scaggs Ricky Scaggs and myself in 1989 at Scruggs Studio in Nashville during the recording of "Will The Circle Be Unbroken II" album.
  • Ray Charles Ray Charles Ray Charles and myself in 1982 at Eleven Eleven Sound in Nashville during overdubs on his "Wish You Were Her Tonight" album.
  • Nelson Larkin Ocean Way Studio )Myself, producers Nelson Larkin and Steve Kondor in 2010 at Ocean Way Studio in Nashville.
  • Johnny Cash Johnny Cash Myself, Bill Lloyd, Johnny Cash, Vince Gill and Earl Scruggs in 1989 at Scruggs Studio in Nashville during the recording of "Will The Circle Be Unbroken II" album.
  • George Jones George Jones George Jones and myself with assistant engineer Ronnie Dean (in background) in 1981 at Columbia Studio A in Nashville.
  • Cover of EQ Magazine Cover of EQ Magazine Myself, Matraca Berg and Randy Scruggs in 2002 on the cover of EQ magazine in the control room of Scruggs Studio in Nashville after recording of the "Will The Circle Be Unbroken III" album.
  • Awards Awards Myself in 2010 in my office in Goodlettsville.
  • Merle Haggard Merle Haggard Merle Haggard, Leona Williams (Merleā€™s wife at the time) and myself in about 1982 at Creative Workshop in Nashville.
  • Marshall Chapman Marshall Chapman Myself and Marshal Chapman in 1981 at Columbia Studio A during the wrap party for her album "Take It On Home" which I engineered and produced.
  • Earl Thomas Conley Earl Thomas Conley Myself and Earl Thomas Conley in about 1984 at Master Mix Studio in Nashville during vocal overdubs. In 1984 Earl became the first artist in any genre of music to have 4 number one singles in a row from a single album.
  • John Brack John Brack Myself, Michael Black and Swiss Country/Gospel Artist John Brack.
  • J. J. Cale J. J. Cale 1980/ Columbia Studio B: (L to R) J.J. Cale, Ashworth, Buttrey, Briggs, Gibson, Cogbill, Christopher, Emmons, Lawler and myself.
  • Musicians Hall of Fame Musicians Hall of Fame Photo taken at The Musicians Hall of Fame in 2013.
  • Willie Jones Willie Jones X Factor's Willie Jones and myself at Hilltop Studio in 2013.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award Lifetime Achievement Award Mike Porter presenting me with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Audio Engineering Society in 2016.
  • Brenda Lee Brenda Lee With Brenda Lee about 2012.
  • Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume II Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume II Myself, John Prine, Randy Scruggs and Bob Carpenter of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band during the making of Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume II in 1990.
  • Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume III Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume III Myself, Randy Scruggs and John McEuen during the recording of Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume III in 2002.
  • Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume III Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume III At Scruggs Studio during the making of Will The Circle Be Unbroken Volume III in 2002.
  • Duane Eddy Duane Eddy With Duane Eddy at the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2015.
  • Tennessee Earnie Ford Tennessee Earnie Ford With Tennessee Earnie Ford at Youngun Sound about 1985.
  • Lacy J. Dalton Lacy J. Dalton Billy Sherrill, myself and Lacy J. Dalton 1982.
  • Mel McDaniel Mel McDaniel With Mel McDaniel about 1985.
  • Nugget Studio Nugget Studio At Nugget Studio about 1968.
  • Nugget Studio Nugget Studio At Nugget Studio about 1970.
  • Ray Charles Ray Charles Ray Charles, myself and Mickey Stripling at Eleven Eleven Sound 1984.
  • Johnny Rodriguez Johnny Rodriguez Johnny Rodriguez session at Omni Studio.
  • Steve Cropper Steve Cropper With Steve Cropper at the Musicians Hall of Fame 2015.
  • The Showmen The Showmen The Showmen. Myself, Mike Fox, Kenny Sanders and David Frankie Hutcherson in the late sixties.