After getting back to California in mid-September from another east coast summer’s worth of work teaching photography, I am finally getting the chance to get things updated. It has been a while since I last posted but I have been busy working on a lot of new projects. From shooting studio and lifestyle work for… Read more »
I recently spent less than 24-hours in NYC shooting a new project in the streets and released it as an exclusive gallery on my instagram as a story feature. You can see it now by going to my page. I have been teaching photography again this summer for nearly three months now and needed a… Read more »
Elina Fedorova launched her fitness app/website and I happened to be on board for the launch of the brand shooting BTS stills and video. We shot in two different studios at FD Studios in Downtown L.A. back in February. She’s been working hard behind the scenes and has been working for years dialing in her… Read more »
I am slowly building a new gallery featuring BTS work that I have shot from the past few years on set with the likes of Khalid, Normani and Duke Dumont. I’ve been going through and narrowing all of the selects that will make the final cut so stay tuned and check back for more updates… Read more »
Here is a new one for the ongoing Landscape gallery that I have been building over the years. It doesn’t happen often, but finding the right location, and being in the right place at that exact moment is what landscape work is all about to me. See it full screen in the gallery by clicking… Read more »
I just published an entire gallery of work from the Ignition series that created with DIG Magazine. We collaborated on the project and even with a crazy travel schedule where I live on the other side of the country for a quarter of the year, and communication from here to overseas where DIG is located… Read more »
This is a new one of the ongoing car series that I’ve slowly been building over the years. Creating and building an original series that focuses on unique, and in some cases, seemingly one-of-a-kind finds patience is key. I always have an eye out for the perfect opportunity to find one in the wild and… Read more »
After driving back across the country from East to West once I was done working for the summer I had the chance to go to Belize and it was unreal. The place is magical and the Caribbean Sea is incredible. I spent five days there before heading back home to reality here in Los Angeles…. Read more »
This is a sample of some new work that I’ll be putting on my portfolio site soon shot on location in Mammoth Lakes California. I am also planning some really big updates with my site in general as well as doing some limited edition print giveaways too. I am working towards 5,000 followers on Instagram… Read more »
I have been working non-stop for three months now since the end of May running a Digital Media program as well as teaching photography in Pennsylvania. This is my fifth year doing this and officially being bi-coastal and it is always nothing short of an adventure. I will eventually be putting together a new body… Read more »
I randomly found myself in Ensenada, Mexico recently and ended up catching this portrait along the way. I have always enjoyed having conversations with strangers and it is always an accomplishment in my eyes when I get permission to photograph someone. It is always a different answer and hardly always a yes but when it is,… Read more »
Recent work for Red Bull.
Starting off the year with a new feature from Red Bull was an amazing feeling. To me, Red Bull is the ultimate as far as action sports are concerned so to have my name associated with them is surreal and it has been incredible to have the chance to work with them over the years… Read more »
It’s always crazy to look back on a year of shooting photos. I have shot thousands of photographs over the past year, and have had countless amounts of good times and experiences all because of my cameras. Here’s to another year, and another twelve months of time behind the lens. I have never been into… Read more »
New feature for DIG.
I had the opportunity to head out to the middle of the desert in search of one of the most legendary pools of all time for the ultimate desert session. Read all about the process and how it came together in the new feature I worked on for DIG Magazine online. Check it HERE. It… Read more »
Day in the life on Tour with the Nitro Circus.
My newest feature for ESPN just went live today and it’s sitting on the home page of expn.com at the moment which is a huge honor. I have always wanted to check out the Nitro Circus Tour (Travis Pastrana’s crazy brain child) and I happened to be able to do just recently in Los Angeles…. Read more »
Recent work for ESPN.
I had the chance recently to link up with Coco Zurita who happens to be one of my favorite vert riders and shoot a bike check for ESPN. His style is unmatched and he truly brought an entirely different perspective to riding a vert ramp so it is always rad to shoot with him. We… Read more »
24 Hours in New York City.
24-Hours in NYC. If anyone out there has ever followed any of my previous “Through the Lens” features then they wont be surprised by the fact that the idea for this project came rather organically. I say that because when I would be working on the weekly TTL series I would shoot and write a… Read more »
I’ve been working on a few new projects for ESPN and Red Bull that should be seeing the light of day within the next month or so. It is always interesting working so far ahead on projects and having to wait until they go live to share them with everyone. A brand new gallery for… Read more »
Last light in Joshua Tree.
This was one of those moments that felt like forever but in reality lasted less than a minute. Landscape photography inspires so much of my work and myself in general. I truly believe that I could shoot beautiful landscapes until the day I die without ever being over it. Until the next one.
Always moving forward.
I have been busy lately working on a variety of projects as I always seem to be. The only way I know how to push forward is to keep it moving. I suppose it makes for an interesting way to live but when you are pursuing goals on a daily basis life seems to be… Read more »