Loading Selected Work...
Menu

T贸rshavn Morning light

Dynamic light on my first morning in T贸rshavn. The rain, wind, and jet lag was tugging at my motivation, but I ventured out anyways. Glad I did, made some of my favorite images on that first day. I find I do some of my best work when I’m exhausted or sick, helps get my head out of the way.

Read More

Interpretation not Illustration

Over the last year or so, I’ve been attempting to photograph what I feel rather than what I see. To focus on interpretation rather than illustration, has been an enlightening challenge. I find that I am seeking out interesting things, rather than beautiful things with this in mind. However they sometime overlap 馃檪

Read More

Tj酶rnuvik Light

I was lucky to spend a day here under passing storms and moody light. If you plan on traveling to the Faroe Islands, I would put Tj酶rnuvik high on your list of places to visit.

Read More

The Valley to Gj贸gv

Looking down valley towards the small and picturesque town of Gj贸gv in the Faroe Islands. An incredible soft blue light blanketed everything.

Read More

Harvest Moon

Came across this beautiful scene on the way to Saksun in the Faroe Islands. Incredibly soft light, fantastic bright red tractor and the moon made a fleeting appearance.

Read More

Saksun Church, Faroe Islands

Soft light on a cool winter morning in the Faroe Islands.

Read More

Instagram Fun

Ive recently started using Instagram as a way to showcase my work and reach a broader audience. Mt work tends to be portfolio driven, however, on Instagram I will be putting out a loose collection of images that did not really fit anywhere else…most of which I have never published before.

Read More

Back from the Faroe Islands

I was lucky to spend a couple of weeks in these incredible Islands. Wind swept fjords fall into the frothy blue North Atlantic, sheep perch impossibly on rocky cliffs and sea birds dart here and there attempting to find purchase in the wind with their strained wings. The Faroe Islands have Norway’s fjords, Iceland’s Drama and Scotland’s Mystery .

Read More

Happy Mistakes

About 9 years ago, I spent some time in Thailand photographing seascapes. At the time, I recently went back to film after shooting digital for a few years.

Read More

Packing for Iceland

I thought I’d share a photo of my camera gear that I will be taking to Iceland. All this fits in an amazing camera backpack made by FStop Gear, specifically the Loka. I’ve tried numerous backpacks over the years, most of which broke rather quickly or destroyed my back before I was even out of the airport on a trip. This pack on the other hand is a pleasure to use, even on long hiking trips.

Read More

Iceland In March

In just under 2 weeks, I’ll be hopping on a plane to Iceland to do some focused landscape photography of this beautiful place.

We will be spending some concentrated time photographing black sand beaches, glacial lagoons, ice caves, moss covered lava fields and towering waterfalls.

Read More

IntrepidNOW Interview

Thanks to my good friend Bill Ramsey for this great interview! It was a ton of fun,聽and be sue to check out all the other interviews by some amazing photographers.

 

Read More

Wisdom: Andrew Zuckerman

For those of you who enjoyed Andrew Zuckerman’s Music Documentary, you will love his documentary on Wisdom.

Read More

The Journey Over the Destination: Steve McCurry

One of the best portrait photographers of all time, Steve McCurry shares some insights on his process into making photographs:

“You are not trying top force the situation, you are just letting it wash over you”

Read More

Music: Andrew Zuckerman

This documentary film came out some time ago, but I keep coming back to it, revisiting it with new eyes and ears. Every time I watch this fantastic film, I learn something new. There is such a diverse and rich collection of influential artists here it is staggering. There are a ton of parallels with photography, or any other creative process for that matter.
Read More