Tim Neville and I traveled together with ROW Adventures to experience the Galapagos Island in a brand new light. Click on the link below to watch the story: http://travel.nytimes.com/2006/01/08/travel/08galapagos.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
Below is a link to a story I shot for the New York Times on Corridos a kind of mariachi of migrant workers. Click below to watch the story: http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html/us/20070701_CORRIDOS_FEATURE/index.html
I was stoked to get a phone call from MSU to shoot a story on Edward Bailey at Google headquarters. It was a lot of fun spending a day touring the campus with Ed and getting a little behind the scenes look at the most successful company in history. Click on the link below to … Read More
I was fortunate enough to photograph this story in New Orleans of Henry Butler a professional piano player and blossoming photographer all while being blind. Check out the link below its a great story. Click here for the story: http://spartansagas.msu.edu/spotlight/1024/
This post is a photo tribute to the Mayan Culture and it’s lasting effects on current day society. From my understanding, the Mayan’s did not predict the end of the world with their calendar but rather the beginning of a new era. Below are 12 photos from my travels to the Riviera Maya. Here’s wishing … Read More
I was pleased to find out I got the cover photo and 6 pictures inside the 2013 Beaches and Sunsets Calendar. I hope the pictures help to warm you up on this rainy Wednesday.
Every year some of the top travel photographers in the US and Canada enter their best 20 photos from the last two years in the Society of American Travel Writers Bill Muster Photo Competition. This year I was fortunate to win two gold awards in the “Action” and “People Portrait” categories and one silver in … Read More
Saturday morning May 12th, 2012, 10,000 people met on Park Center Boulevard in Boise, Idaho to create a small town of pink, purple and positive thoughts. The sun rose over the Boise foothills and bathed all the participants in warm glow and a blue bird day. Participants of the 5K and 1M all pooled into … Read More
One of my stock photo agencies licensed my photo of the Kenai Peninsula for the cover of the Alaska edition of Via Magazine. The story behind the photo is the Fireweed (pink flowers in the foreground) didn’t actually exist in that spot. There was a patch of Fireweed just out of the frame but I … Read More
An article I wrote, about the Galapagos Islands, published in Nation Geographic Traveler: China Edition. Enjoy the read!