After 6 months of production both in the field and in the studio, I’m thrilled to finally announce the release of my first video with Fstoppers, Photographing The World: Landcape Photography and Post-processing! What has been a labor of love has also been one of the most challenging and demanding projects that I’ve ever taken […]
The Stockholm Tunnelbana is full of visual surprises if you know how to look for them. It’s amazing to me that so many people breeze through these elaborately built stations on a daily basis without even a second glance. Then again, we as artists tend to look at the world in a completely different way. Having an artistic eye gives us the ability to find interesting things in everyday subjects; subjects that most people just overlook and/or classify as mundane.
Recent Publication || Photoshop User Magazine || July / August 2012 I was recently published in Photoshop User Magazine in an article about Traveling Light as a Photographer. They were also kind enough to let me post the entire page. The funny part is that at the time I wrote this article, I had flown […]
From the first time I visited Singapore, I knew that it was going to become one of my favorite places for photography. Not only is it unique and beautiful city, but it’s also home to a wonderful community of very talented photographers. It’s truly a rare visual paradise that begs to be photographed. It’s no surprise that it’s quickly becoming one of my favorite destinations of all time. I’m literally drawn to it like a moth to a flame, or in this case, a moth to an awesome laser show.
Hyangwon Pavilion – A Rare Sky Replacement While in Seoul, I visited the Hyangwon Pavilion inside The Gyeongbok Palace, and I was really excited to shoot there. Unfortunately, when I arrived at the pavilion, the sun was completely tucked away behind a heavily clouded and overcast sky. Since the lighting was totally flat, I went […]