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.
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
This book is probably not what you expect it to be. When a photographer publishes a book about a road leading to seven National Parks, one might expect a tribute to the scenic beauty and natural history of the place, and indeed the book doesn’t disappoint. But, this book is about so much more than […]