January 8, 2017

...left my home/tent/hotel room without a battery in my camera. Until today. I'm not on a work trip, so my time in Nicaragua has been pretty mellow thus far. In fact, I'm not planning on waking up for a single sunrise while I'm here, and I even wondered what it would be like if I didn...

November 17, 2016

One hour and forty four minutes to go. That’s 6,240 seconds. When I worked the most stressful job of my life in Los Angeles last year, I’d always breathe a huge sigh of relief when I realized I only ten minutes left on the clock. Only 600 more seconds of dealing with my total bitch of a boss and her...

January 7, 2016

My experience this morning truly represented the most extreme ends of the modern nature/travel photography spectrum. I hope sharing this story will remind others that a little bit of respect and humility go a long way, no matter who you are or what you do with your personal or professional life.

I ar...

September 23, 2015

Today was my second time in a helicopter. From a technical standpoint I knew exactly what to expect, but the sweeping views of the Kohala coast and fiery lava fields truly exceeded my wildest dreams. As if that wasn’t enough to blow my mind, the 2,000-foot waterfalls tucked away behind the lush, gre...

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