Looks like my photo of the Mesquite Sand Dunes in Death Valley National Park made the cover of the 2011 Winter edition of Camas, a biannual environmental literary magazine.
A while back I got an email from the great people over at Nik Software. They had seen some of my black and white photography work that I created through the use of Silver Efex Pro 2, hands down my favorite black & white conversion tool on the market.
Recently I had the pleasure of being the featured guest on the wildly popular TWiT Photo podcast with Catherine Hall and Alex Lindasy (Who filled in for Leo Laporte).
If you live in or around Denver, Colorado and are looking for something to do this Friday, stop the 910arts Gallery and check out my new “Face’s of Haiti” photography exhibition.
I just had a new article published about my time exploring and documenting the beautiful landscape of Patagonia with Pro Photo Resource. You can read the article HERE Here is an excerpt from the piece: “When most photographers think of Patagonia, they envision rugged wild landscapes, extreme weather patterns and incredibly beautiful light. After having recently spent 3 weeks traveling throughout the Patagonian region of Southern Chile and Argentina with my wife…I can tell you that those ideas are not far from the truth.”
Yesterday, The Denver Post published an article that showcased the “Lespwa Haiti” project. Written by Kristen Kidd, it did a great job of summarizing the details of the project and it gave us the opportunity to reach millions of Colorado residents. You can click HERE to see a digital copy of the article. Thank you Denver Post.
If you know me, you might recognize the model. Sarah, my wife, just loves being my photography assistant , pack mule and model at times. This is one of a handful of new ads that will be running all over Denver featuring Sarah that I working on. Watch out, she is an up an coming star….atleast in most of the ad campaigns I shoot 😉
What is it like to take local buses in a 3rd world country? How do I determine what to document on a trip to another country? What it is like to live life in my shoes? I recently wrote an article for F-stop Gear, the leading adventure photography bag maker in the industry right now, about my trip to Guatemala earlier this year. It started yesterday with Day 1 and continues today with Day 2. Be sure to check back in each day with them to read the full story. This piece covers 12 days of travel through the beautiful, …
I was recently asked to be showcased as a photographer in F-stop Adventure Gear’s second newsletter of 2009, featuring nature and landscape photographers. F-stop gear specializes in creating photography gear with the adventurous in mind. Their two newly updated photography bag lines, the Tilopa and Satori, will be released to the public any day. Check out their website at F-stop Gear. You can download the entire newsletter issue HERE.