Crazy month – two flights to Miami, Class B Airspace troubles and of course, weather. Completed two aerial shoots in Miami this month for a
Shark Week for Discovery Channel (2010). Shot for Jenny Lim when she was at the Discovery Channel (now at NatGeo). Mix of aerials plus ground
A look back at the challenges of changing camera systems. It is crazy to think of all the camera systems I have used, purchased and
Last week I was shooting in Virginia Beach, Virginia for an engineering client. One of the shots in the brief was a night time long
On assignment for Dominion Energy Hurricane Sandy coverage: When Hurricane Sandy barrelled up the coast in the fall of 2012, Dominion assigned me to
Working on a Behind the Scenes gallery for my portfolio site and decided to show a few of them on the blog.
Pro Tip #2 | Photography Assistants
The most important capability a photo assistant must have is a positive attitude.
Skills can be taught, you can learn about gear, lighting can be mastered.
A collaborative attitude and a bit of grace can take you far in this world.
Life Lesson: (from 40 years in this business) When a vendor or client misrepresents, or lies to you, about financial matters, it is time to
Rainwater run-off pond. Hospital in Atlanta. These ponds filter and slow-down the runoff from intense rainstorms – allowing water systems to handle intense flows.
Last year, I photographed Dulles International Airport for Emily Furman Sennett of HealeyKohler for a display as a large print (20-30 feet wide) in the