Driving Across the Continental United States
From Bellingham, WA to Carolina Beach, NC
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What do you do when you have a free afternoon and a rented a7iii on hand? You call up some friends and shoot!
Photo series from a visit to Uxmal
Inspired by my favourite coffee recipe < Café Picante > is my go to look for fall sessions. Black cocoa, cinnamon, and red chile flake.
Chase & Ruby have been together since High School. But when Ruby caught the bouquet at her [now] Sister-in-Law’s wedding we all knew Chase & Ruby would be getting married soon.
My cousin arranged a charter boat to take a group of us tuna fishing near San Diego. We loaded up in Mission Harbour, north of San Diego, and travelled all night out to San Clemente Island.
I swear, the light never looked bad. You can’t take a bad picture in this city.
There's a specific time when your picture should have a white backdrop. That time is when you have to renew your passport. You see it over and over. Every other LinkedIn profile picture you see has a white backdrop with an evenly lit face. If you want to look like everyone else, copy them.
We got an exciting brief from a client a month ago. What excited us was the use of this word, intentional. It's not often we're asked to unleash our creativity. I pitched a look that I had not shot before and didn't have the gear on-hand to shoot.
Bellingham has a lot of breweries. Like, a lot! The market for craft beer is so saturated that it lead Pollock Pictures to ask the questions, "How do all the brewers get along?" The search for an answer started last year…
"Don't bring a meter. Shoot from your gut. When in doubt, over expose a little. Film is very forgiving." Joe told me as we started. This advice was incredibly freeing…
There are many craft brewery towns around, but what sets Bellingham apart is the comradery among the brewers. They share ideas, collaborate on specialty beers, and hang out together outside of work…
A few years ago I wanted to try something different with my images. An article on FStoppers by Trevor Dayley gave me inspirational chills. I had to try it.