Yes! Another year spending some time in Korea. No, not North Korea… the other one. (Just to clear that up.) Visiting Korea means several things for us: One, my daughter (20 months old) can visit with her grandparents. Two, my wife can eat spicy rice cakes on any street corner. Three, we can both meet up with friends we made when we lived in Seoul. And of course, four, I get to shoot some photo projects. These photos I’ll share here are some personal photos I took along the way.Read More
Hello! I’m pleased you want to take a look at some of my photography from the last year. As you keep scrolling down you’ll find some photos I haven’t shared previously. But mostly this is a recap of the projects that took a substantial amount of my time as well as some of my thoughts on them.Read More
First, welcome to my blog and my website! I’ve been wanting to share these images, looking for the right place to do that, and decided a post with some descriptions here would be perfect. Thanks for looking!Read More
This shoot was a project with 509 Bride. 509 is the area code for Eastern Washington State. And 509Bride.com makes it much easier for soon-to-be wed persons to find working wedding professionals locally. So we set out to build a team of creative wedding professionals, and to create this inspiration shoot for the current season…Read More
I’ve always felt like I was a mountain child. I spend my childhood in Montana and Alaska on many outdoor adventures with my dad and family. For me, youth and adventure has a very certain connection between green mountains and fresh white snow. BUT I soon learned I also loved to get lost in crowds of people and the feeling of being engulfed by towering buildings with only tiny glimpses of horizon…Read More
A lot has been happening since I moved stateside last July. One- my daughter, Gianna, is now 9-months old. I can’t even believe it! Two, I’ve relocated my photography studio once again to WA state...
Well, I guess, ‘a lot happening’ can be summed up into those two things 😆. Okay, first, my daughter…