And here are a few of my favorite images from the last Sea Ray shoot.
A couple weeks ago we all got together again to shoot for Sea Ray Yachts down in Marathon in the Florida Keys. Despite rough seas and the usual challenges involved we had a great time and ended up producing some pretty darn good images. But more about those later. For now, here are a few […]
At last the aspens have shed their leaves in the Colorado mountains I call home. Temperatures have dipped below freezing, and the first snow has come and gone… a sure sign summer is over. And what a summer it has been! Back in August, I had the pleasure of traveling to British Columbia to shoot […]
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of working with the talented folks at Huebner Peterson, the ad agency for Jayco Travel Trailers. Today I received the final brochure covers and I must say they did a fantastic job putting it all together. The trailers were added in post as they were shot by a […]
A couple of weeks ago we descended upon Knoxville, TN to shoot for Sea Ray Boats. Despite having crap weather, we managed to pull off some great shots, thanks to having a fantastic team. All in all we had a crew of twelve people, plus our awesome clients and art directors. Here are a few […]
On our last marine shoot, our client asked us to capture a few studio shots of the brand-new (and, at the time, top-secret) Bayliner Element. Without a doubt, this new boat is a very big deal for Bayliner and for the boating world in general. For a small boat, I thought it had attractive lines […]
In the second half of my trip to the Southeast, I spent a few days with my marine team in Sarasota, Florida, shooting for Bayliner Boats. Working out of Sarasota is always a good experience. It has a ton of great locations, and the local talent is first class. We had the pleasure of working […]
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 […]
For some time, I’ve been hoping to post some behind-the-scenes images from our recent Bayliner photoshoot in Knoxville, Tennessee. At last, I’ve had the opportunity to go through all the images and have pulled a few to share. This was a significant shoot, as we were tasked with capturing set-up, running and lifestyle shots for […]
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 […]
Just a few days ago we returned from a 2.5 day Bayliner Boats shoot in Knoxville, TN and I wanted to share a few of my favorite shots out of the roughly 10,000 we captured. Coming in the next few days will be a post with behind-the-scene photos from the shoot so stay tuned!
As promised, here are some of my favorites from last week’s Bayliner shoot, photographed over a 12 hour period near Islamorada in the Florida Keys. Thankfully we had not only fantastic models, but also a crew that worked great together. Kind of nice to see it all come together at the end…
Just wanted to share some of the behind-the-scenes photos from last week’s Bayliner shoot in the Florida Keys. Thanks to Cleve with Florida Film and Tape for sharing! I’ll post some of my favorite shots from the shoot later this week… Cheers, Richard
I finally had the chance to finish editing the images for Boating Magazine for our story on Pangas, the traditional fishing boats built in La Paz and widely used throughout Mexico. While there, I was able to hook up with one of BOA’s (one of the local kayak outfitters) captains who took me on a […]
Absolutely thrilled to have my work on January’s cover of Boating Magazine!
La Paz is just a great town. If you ever want to experience the real Mexico, this is definitely a great place to visit. You don’t get harassed by shopkeepers like you would in Cabo, Cancun or Cozumel, the food is simply fantastic and the cost of living is low. Best of all, there are […]
About ten years ago we stayed the night at a Best Western hotel in Stuttgart, Germany before heading back to the US. I remembered making the comment back then that they don’t look like this in the US. It was very modern, contemporary and very well appointed. Fast forward ten years and I am getting DejaVu […]
Just wanted to share a few images from our project a couple of weeks ago in the North Woods of Wisconsin. We had the pleasure of photographing a 164 acre estate near Three Lakes for the home owner and Sotheby’s International Realty, Chicago. The home is listed for $7,950,000 and is truly a unique home and property. […]
Three words. Three small words that have big meaning for a variety of people, for different reasons. I got hit with these three words during lunch at a great little BBQ place near Knoxville, TN one afternoon last month. I was having lunch with a friend and client and our reason for meeting was the […]
First of all, Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there! I spend a great morning with the whole family and the second part packing for my trip tomorrow. I’ll be heading east and trading the Rocky Mountains for the Smoky Mountains, Knoxville, Tennessee to be exact. We will be spending a week or so […]
Just wanted to share a few images from our latest shoot at the Sea Ray plant on Merritt Island where we photographed a Turkey bound Meridian 541 with a lower helm and captain quarters. Unfortunately the sun set early behind a huge cloud so we didn’t get the hero setup shot we were hoping for. […]
I just spent a very busy week in Florida, starting with a three day photo shoot at the Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort. And that is never a bad thing in February! I love being at the resort, they have been a client for close to ten years and the consequent friendships that I have […]
We just returned from Mackinaw City, MI and had a great time. We were covering the city’s the winter festival and different attractions for Lakeland Boating Magazine’s March issue. Starting off we got a private tour of the reconstructed 1715 French fur-trading village and military outpost, Fort Michilimackinac. After which we visited the Old Mackinaw Point Lighthouse. […]