A tame week. A blue hour photowalk with Will, exciting developments in the Village, and the ever-present, ever-dramatic summer sky.Read More
What a weird week.
Luckily, I compensated for the choppy work schedule with fireworks and day-drinking this week.Read More
I've dropped off this blog for almost two months because — surprise, surprise — I've been traveling. And then dealing with catching up at work after traveling.
(Not that this absence really affected your day-to-day life, I'm sure.)
Here's a short recap of what I've been up to.Read More
Uhhhh. So not a whole lot to report here. I worked a lot and did not take many photos.Except for a few shots when I went to Columbia for my little brother's graduation from med school.
Only they're not from his graduation. Because those are lame photos. Instead, I got some shots of Max, Michael, and myself hanging out at Dark Horse Tattoo, getting semi-matching brother tattoos.Read More
This week? Nashville.
Work travel has a strange way of making you feel isolated and disconnected. But at least there's still new sights to see, things to eat, places to explore. So here are a bunch of shots from Nashville.
Plus a few more night photos I grabbed this weekend with Will.Read More
I'm in the midst of a pretty intense bit of travel.
I got back from Moab, spent a work week in the GVL office, and followed that with a weekend at Road Atlanta (Braselton, GA) for The Mitty. Tomorrow, I fly to Nashville to do an interview and photoshoot. Accordingly, a lot of my photography has been work related.Read More
I'm posting this a little late because the entirety of last week was spent in Moab, UT, and I hadn't finished selecting and editing images.
I was in Utah for Easter Jeep Safari, which means I shot a lot of Jeeps, a lot of candids, and a few portraits — all for work. But I also managed to get away for some time in Arches National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, and just some early morning light.
Here are some of my favorite shots from the week.Read More
I'm sitting in the Terminal A Skyclub at ATL as I write this. On the road for another work trip, this time to Moab, UT, for Easter Jeep Safari. It should be fun. Should. But despite the gorgeous landscapes, it's another week away from home, another week of 12-hour work days, another week of being "on" all the time.
And my flight's been delayed. Brilliant.
But this is not that kind of blog post, so here's just a smattering of photos I've taken the last week. (Actually, mostly just yesterday because weekends and stuff.)Read More