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Working From Home

Working From Home

| February 15, 2014 | 8 Replies

It may be true that art should be able to stand on its own, but I find that my appreciation of a given work almost always benefits significantly from knowing something about the artist, why they do what they do and how it relates to their stories and other forces in their life. In an […]

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2012 Moab Photo Symposium

2012 Moab Photo Symposium

| January 13, 2012 | Reply

It is my great pleasure to join a fantastic panel of presenters and instructors in this year’s Moab Photo Symposium. Please join us this May for three days of photography and inspiration in one of the most spectacular settings on Earth.

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Visions of the American West Exhibit

Visions of the American West Exhibit

| June 28, 2011 | 11 Replies

Fellow photographer Bret Edge and I will be exhibiting our work at the Bighorn Gallery, located in the Dead Horse Point State Park visitor center near Moab, UT starting this Saturday until the end of August.

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Announcing: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau

Announcing: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau

| June 20, 2011 | 9 Replies

I am excited to announce the release and immediate availability of my new eBook: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau. The book features 6 portfolios corresponding to unique geographic features on the Plateau, as well as several essays. The eBook contains high resolution images suitable for viewing on both portable devices and large screens. These […]

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Coming Soon: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau eBook

Coming Soon: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau eBook

| May 24, 2011 | 4 Replies

I’m excited to announce my first portfolio eBook: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau, featuring dozens of my favorite intimate photographs from the place I am fortunate to call home. The portfolio includes several essays, sandstone landscapes, images from the high plateaus, abstract compositions and glimpses into the Native American history of these magnificent canyons. […]

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New Images / January 23, 2011

New Images / January 23, 2011

| January 23, 2011 | 9 Replies

I just updated my site with a crop of new images.

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Early Summer Magic

Early Summer Magic

| June 22, 2010 | 2 Replies

“If there is magic in this world, it is contained in water.” –Loren Eiseley Things continue to be busy but I did manage a couple of quick outings recently. Stay tuned for more writings and images on these pages in the next couple of weeks.

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A Moment of Kindness

A Moment of Kindness

| April 25, 2010 | 5 Replies

These were once referred to as “the baddest of the badlands” but every few years, when conditions are just right, they fill with dormant color for just a few days.

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Ancient Truths

Ancient Truths

| April 20, 2010 | 12 Replies

This place haunted me from the day I first visited, and maybe even prior to that. I’m not a superstitious man, yet I must confess there’s something here that touches me deeply; something in the shards of pottery, the withered husks and cobs of maize strewn about, the fingerprints in the ancient clay, and the […]

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Subjective Observations on Print Size

Subjective Observations on Print Size

| December 19, 2009 | 11 Replies

The last thing I want is to start another useless film vs. digital debate. I did, however, want to share the results of a recent experiment that may be of interest to many of you who struggle with the issue of “how large can I print?” This seems of special concern to those coming into […]

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