This week I’ve been twiddling my thumbs in eastern Colorado waiting for the storms to come back to the midwest, and while it’s been great to catch up on emails, climb and sneak in some runs, I’m chomping at the bit. After wrapping a project in Denver last month, my plan was to spend a few days in Boulder and take off for the next gig. However, Mother Nature had other plans, and the severe weather I need for my storm photography project ha...

I was born and raised in Massachusetts, so when my parents made the shocking decision to move to California in the middle of my freshman year of high school, I was heartbroken. But flash forward three years, and I was so stoked on the west coast, I didn't even bother applying to colleges outside of the golden state. I only traveled back east once in the last two decades, and I had no immediate plans to return. All of my friends and fa...

Today is World Lion Day, and it’s great to see some of the discussions taking place on social media and on the web. While education and starting a dialogue is a great first step, we need to go beyond that if we actually want to make a difference. Big cats have always had a huge place in my heart, and earlier this year I was fortunate enough to spend a month in Namibia and South Africa shooting a documentary with Matador Network. The film...

Digital photography allows us to be perfect, whether it’s the landscapes we see or the smiles we flash for the camera. There's always more space on a memory card, or the possibility to fix something on the computer. This summer I spent a few weeks capturing moments from the road on instant film, and it put me in an entirely different artistic mode. I snapped photos of real, raw, poorly-lit, boring and sometimes beautiful flashes in ti...

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