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Helicopter shooting for Boston Whaler

I’ve always wanted to show people what it’s really like to shoot out of a helicopter. Without a doubt, it’s one of the more exciting things you can do while taking photographs for a living. It’s even better if you’re flying with a pilot who happens to be one of the best in the business […]

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Three weeks in Florida, part one…

At last, I have some time to update my blog… it’s been a busy couple of months for sure. Toward the end of October, I traveled from Denver to Florida, where my first stop was Ft. Lauderdale and the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show. I arrived just after Hurricane Sandy’s departure, and it seemed that […]

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Gila Wilderness, New Mexico

Gila Wilderness, New Mexico

Recently my wife Heather and I travelled to the Gila Wilderness in New Mexico on assignment for Backpacker Magazine. We backpacked to a remote hot spring about six miles from the trailhead where we camped for the night before hiking back out the next day. Unfortunately the weather wasn’t cooperating and we encountered torrential rain […]

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Fine Art for Sale

Fine Art for Sale

We are very happy to announce that our fine art photography of the Cheyenne River Reservation is now online and for sale at an introductory price. 50% of every print sold goes to support the Cheyenne River Youth Project. Click on the image below to see all the artwork.

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Still Animation

Still Animation

I recently started to mess around with animating still images. Below are a few test files… What do you think?        

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Context matters. Perception Is Everything

I am once again wearing my “Marketing” hat this morning and came across a blog post by ‘A PHOTO EDITOR‘¬†that talked about perception. This is something that I have been thinking about for a very long time as a commercial photographer with¬†clients all over the US, but living in a somewhat remote and small community […]

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