Last week I had the pleasure of photographing the Joshua Radin set at the Black Sheep for Reverb. Opening for him, were Meiko and Jesse Harris. I am soooo glad I went early enough to catch Jesse Harris. His music (…)
For all of you out there who, along with me, are mourning the death of Polaroid….I give you “Poladroids”. Well, I don’t but the geniuses at poladroid.net do. If you go to the site you can download an application that (…)
The last week there was a little bit of interweb traffic about the Tilt Shift Maker website. So I thought I’d follow the lead of one of my favorite bloggers, Rachel Hulin at A Photography Blog, and test it out. (…)
Dallas Green has an amazingly beautiful voice. He’s a member of the group Alexisonfire and has a solo project, City and Colour. I first saw City and Colour perform at Austin City Limits last September. Then was lucky enough to (…)
I resisted for a while but the force was too strong. I am now posting images to a Flickr account. It’s not that I have anything against Flickr, some of my closest friends use Flickr, not really I’m just saying (…)
In October my mom had surgery to repair a tear in her rotator cuff. I was pretty nervous about it, so what did I do, took photos of course. The surgery itself went fine. Her doctor and all the people (…)
Yesterday I submitted a collection of 12 images to an art gallery to be considered for their 2009 Portfolio Showcase. It’s the first time I’ve ventured into the “art” arena and I’m a little nervous about it. I’ve never thought (…)
Today is World Aids Day and Starbucks is donating 5 cents for every drink sold directly to The Global Fund and throughout the rest of the holiday season, there will be special (RED) drinks available at Starbucks. So go grab (…)
On assignment for USA Rugby, I recently photographed the Colorado Youth Rugby High School Girls Championships in Broomfield. I forgot how much I love photographing sports. Congratulations to the Summit County Tigers who defeated Chaparral High School 20-0. To see (…)
The Olympic Sculpture Park is one of my favorite spots in Seattle and for me it’s hands down the best place in to sit and enjoy the sunset. Whenever I shoot there, I always take a few minutes for myself (…)
Was on assignment in Las Vegas in early July…wow was it HOT!! While I was there I spotted a couple of guys offering free hugs on the Strip. I admit, I thought it was a little odd and sightly creepy. (…)
And to avoid wearing a bridesmaid’s dress, I volunteered my photographic talents. Thank goodness for canon auto focus because I probably spent 60% of the ceremony and bit of the reception in tears. Let me tell you, taking photos when (…)
In June I had the opportunity to photograph the Mile High Music Festival, my first time shooting a music festival…very exciting! I was only able to make the first day, so I was a little bummed about missing Rodrigo y (…)
For years I’ve been kicking around the idea of doing a photo project centered around the GLBT community. These photos are from my first shot (ha ha) at the project. They were taken at the Denver PrideFest.
Went to Apogaea a couple weeks ago with Ryan. It was quite an experience. Very difficult to explain in words but if you are familiar with Burning Man at all, it was basically a smaller, regional version. It was my (…)
When I first found out I would be going to shoot in New Orleans, I was…well…less than thrilled. I’d never been there but my vision of New Orleans had been tainted by Mardi Gras stories. That’s just not my kinda (…)
During the past three and a half years, I’ve been luck to be on assignment in Chicago several times. One of the things I love to do while I am there is walk around the Loop. The architecture is absolutely (…)
I was in Rocky Mountain National Park doing a shoot for the Colorado Tourism Office. The assignment was to get a shot of Skylar Johnson, a local Bagpiper and long time resident of Estes Park. Skylar was being interviewed for (…)
Telluride is one of the most gorgeous mountain towns in Colorado. Highly recommend it as a vacations spot, especially if you like to hike. The San Juan mountains are arguably the most picturesque in Colorado.
One of the great things about being a photographer is that on occasion I get access to some pretty interesting stuff. While on a shoot in Chicago, I got to spend a couple hours shooting pre-show behind the scenes of (…)
Two weeks in Thailand, one week in Cambodia = 51 hours spent on planes/in airports, 37 hours spent on trains, didn’t bother to track how much time spent in taxis and tuk tuks. Oh how I love to travel…seriously.