Heading to New York

If all goes as planned, Ill be in NYC next week taking meetings, shaking hands and showing my new books off.  If anyone is around and wants to meet up, let me know – Ill be there.  Speaking of new books, these are the best yet so, get ’em while they’re hot.


See you in the city…

I don’t believe it.

Im going to be home for more than 4 days in a row.  I really don’t believe it but it’s going to happen.  Pretty excited about it really but its actually taking a bit of time to get used to actually living in my own home.  Anyways, enough about that.  Things to look forward to in the very near future…

New print portfolios

New galleries online

New images galore

Some more pithy comments, Im sure.


Stay tuned…

In San Antonio for a few days

Lets see, fly back from China, spend exactly 15 hours at my house and then fly to San Antonio for a few days.  Sounds about right.  Ill be in Nashville Friday but until then, Im still trying to get my sleep schedule back in order.  As proof, I give you a before sunrise shot and if you know me, that doesn’t happen unless Im on a job.




Back from Alaska and a rough wrap up of the last few weeks.

So, Im back from Alaska and the Yukon after heading up for 10 days or so.  I went to see an old friend and to shoot some new work.  It was unseasonably cold when I arrived, especially since when I boarded the flight in Chicago it was 103 but then again, its Alaska – these things happen.  After touching ground it was off to the races with a quick trip up to Talkeetna to watch what had to have been the worst public art performance ever.  I think it was actually so bad it was good.  From there it was back to Anchorage to gather some gear and then down to the epic landscape of Seward.  Yes, some salmon fishing did happen even though the run this year was just atrocious.  After cooking up some salmon and making a whole mess of ceviche it was time to turn the car around and head North.  After many, many hours of driving, we took the left turn after Tok, AK and headed towards Chicken, AK and the Canadian border.  Needless to say, this was probably the most amazing drive I have ever taken.  I promise, I shot the hell out of some film up there, just waiting on the lab to run through the deluge of 120 I sent them.  After the drive and Chicken we found ourselves square in the middle of the Klondike in Dawson City.  I won’t go into too much detail but shots of whiskey that had real human toes in them were drank.  Seriously.  Needless to say, there are stories to be shared and memories to try and erase.


All in all, it was an amazing trip and I have a TON of new work that will be slowly working its way onto the new site.

I have a lot of new tearsheets up on the site as well and in addition to that, look for a general reworking of the galleries and images on my site.

I have a new portfolio being hand built at the moment so, ask and you can perhaps have it on your desk.

Finally, the big news for the month is that I have been selected as 1 of 2 photographers to travel over to NE China to produce a body of work for their tourism/cultural affairs board.  I will be in China from at least Aug. 1 – Aug. 6 working on that but am probably going to be extending that.


More images to come but for now, a nice one when the sun was shining in Alaska…Image