And here are a few of my favorite images from the last Sea Ray shoot.
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 […]
Last week I was fortunate to spend a couple of days near Key West in the Florida Keys with my friend and marine cinematographer Ben Sampson. In addition to fishing for blackfin tuna, we ended up working on some conceptual, fashion-type underwater photography. I figured this would be a great opportunity to use my underwater […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]