Category Archives: photography

Paddling the Hanford Reach with Columbia River Keeper

I was recently invited to tag along as an artist-in-residence/photographer for the Columbia River Keeper’s annual kayak/paddle trip down the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River.  The Reach is the river’s last remaining stretch of free-flowing current and runs right … Continue reading

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The Great Northwest

I have a new project that I am very excited about called “The Great Northwest.”  A few years ago I found an amazing scrap-book that was made by four middle-aged single women from Seattle who went on an epic road-trip … Continue reading

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notes from Sao Paulo

“lost love? bring your love back like a bee to honey!  you pay after you get results!”

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Sports Photographer

Although it’s been nearly 20 years since last doing so, sports photography is in many ways what got me started on the “career path” that I am still on today. Taking pictures of hockey, football, and such for my high-school … Continue reading

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sunrise in a cloud

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Industry City, New York

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truck inn

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the unstoppable red baron

as ‘relaxing’ as ghost town hunting sounds, it really can be stressful. for one thing, most ghost towns aren’t really ghost towns, but 98% ghost town and 2% home for eccentrics, outlaws, meth heads, and crazy old men who want … Continue reading

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making blue better

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