On the Road

I usually try to post at least once a week on this blog. As I look back at the month of June, I realize that my goal was far from reached last month. The result of being on the road and not getting to spend...

Amazing Work… Thanks Red Bull

I just got an email from Red Bull announcing the finalists for their second Illume Photo Contest. The work that was submitted is absolutely stunning. I spent a good hour flipping through some of the photos featured on their website. I could have spent the...

Atlas Snowshoes Catalog: Kids

After a lot of work, planning, scouting, emailing, traveling, weather checking and a variety of other tasks, I just wrapped up the last day of shooting for the Atlas Snowshoes 2011 Catalog.And for the final day of shooting, we saved the most challenging day for...

Mountain Bike Shoot for VholdR Cameras

I just got done with a recent shoot for VholdR cameras. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with the brand, VholdR is a camera company specializing in POV (point of view) cameras. This shoot was to showcase their newest camera, the Contour HD,...

Fly Fishing in Utah

I just got back from an extended weekend away in Utah. I got a phone call a couple weeks ago from my favorite fishing partner and best friend, my dad. He simply asked one question "wanna go fishing"? Is that even a question??? "Of course"...

New work: Skiing Magazine

I just got done working on a small photo feature for Skiing Magazine, documenting pro skier Elyse Saugstad. I've had the pleasure of shooting with Elyse for the past 4 years now, most recently, on a shoot for Salomon in Austria this past February.Elyse is...

University of Washington Crew

Last week I got the opportunity to wake up at an obscenely early hour of the morning and ride along with the crew team from the University of Washington.Being a former rower myself, this shoot was a dream come true. I've raced through the Montlake...

Powder in April!

This winter the Pacific Northwest has been a bit on the dry side. Thanks to an El Nino weather pattern, the Cascades were left without their normal blanketing of snow. However, April came around and attempted to remedy an otherwise fairly dry winter. With several...