Remnants of Ancient Peoples
Quick note: This is part 3 of a series of posts on my trip to the wilderness. If you are seeing this for the first time, it’d be worthwhile to scroll down and read Mustangs and Watering Hole first. Thanks for stopping by!
I came here looking for specific things.…
Quick note: This is part 2 of a series of posts on my trip to the wilderness. If you are seeing this for the first time, it’d be worthwhile to scroll down and read Mustangs first. Thanks for stopping by!
Just like every African watering hole, where there is a…
I have been piecing together hints of a spring in a remote canyon on BLM land outside Death Valley. It fascinated me with mention of the ruins of a ranch, petroglyphs from at least 1000 years ago, mustangs who would water there and then retreat to the relative safety of…
A Brief Visit to Sequoia
Recently I was engaged for a commercial shoot near Fresno. Up at 3am, we photographed runners swathed in pre-dawn mist. Old oaks lined one side of the path, ghostly vineyards the other. We shot through blue hour and until the sun slowly burned the fog away. Had breakfast at a…
I am so thankful for all your support over the past few years. When I lifted my first camera to my eye, I had no idea where it would lead me. I couldn’t have done it without the support and appreciation of all who find value and beauty in my…
SpaceRock Trail Run 2017
I’ve been shooting for New Global Adventures a little while now. It’s so much fun to combine my love of the outdoors, landscape photography with dynamic race shots. SpaceRock takes place at the famous Vasquez Rocks - an iconic film location just north of the Angeles National Forest. If you…
Joshua Tree National Park
As the year wanes and temperatures begin dropping in the American West, I’m getting excited to head out to two of my favorite places: Death Valley and Joshua Tree. In anticipation of more desert exploration, I’ve revisited a few of my images from my last visit to Joshua Tree. Wanderlust…
From an outing to the Angeles National Forest. This scene reminded me more of some distant Scandinavian vista than Southern California. Like something I’d seen in a dream. Uppsala - legendary home of the Norse gods.
These were taken looking northwest from CA-2 to Charlton Flats.
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I took a drive up Big Tujunga Road through the western side of the Angeles National Forest recently. A rare summer storm was brewing. The wind was gusting, thunder grumbled on the horizon. The scent of yerba santa and wild rosemary hung heavily in the air.
Really excited to have been interviewed in the July issue of Shutterbug. You can read it here: https://www.shutterbug.com/content/how-make-living-wildlife-photographer-tips-4-top-pros
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