Last frame of time-lapse – click to view larger
That hot sun behind me seems a long ways away now as I sit in my studio on the hemisphere that is tilting ever so slightly away from the sun. This photo is the last frame of a time-lapse that I shot recently for my . . . → Read More: Speeding up the Bahamas
I missed pretty much the whole Day of the Dead parade this year. Long story. But sad because if there is one night to walk around Missoula with a camera, that’s it. I did get downtown beforehand though for about 10 minutes to take some photos of the lead-up to the parade. Here . . . → Read More: Dia de los Muertos 2
I’ve always appreciated Day of the Dead. Partly because I’m a sucker for the Mexican romance and drama and chiles aesthetic and partly because I actually love the idea of focusing on the dead. Not so much for their benefit of course as for ours. The idea of my life’s sand slipping through the . . . → Read More: Dia de los Muertos
Views of the ocean from the winter den
The combination of being alive and healthy along with beautiful weather have kept me from posting to my blog for a while. The last few months have been spent collecting final images for a film about the Bahamas, shooting a series of shows about bears . . . → Read More: Studio Time
It’s everywhere. I’m gonna wear out another camera trying to capture all the trees and light and elk and sharks and people and clouds and puddles and awesomeness. Here are a few pics from another recent shoot I did with a model from Bozeman, MT.
As usual – clicking on any of the thumbnails will . . . → Read More: More beauty!