I love snow. The pure clean white, the soft sound of it falling, how it blankets everything in winter wonder. I even like shoveling snow. Unfortunately I don't live in a place that gets good snow. So every year I quest for it. I basically drive until I find it. This seasons quest brought me to Yosemite and I was not disappointed. Everywhere I looked was like a Bob Ross painting. Amazing!!
Alaska, the last frontier. It seems around every corner is a majestic a place of beauty. Here are some unpublished images from a plane ride I took over the glaciers the last time I was up there. Unbelievable!!
It's fleet week in San Francisco which means the Blue Angels fly over the city on a daily basis. These pilots are amazing!
Instant film isn't exactly instant. Once its exposed and expelled through the rollers, spreading the caustic jelly a magical thing happens. Over the next twenty minutes an irreversible chain reaction of light and chemicals slowly turns the blank canvas into an image. Recently I rediscovered this artsy, scientific voodoo on a work road trip. I shot one packet of impossible 600polaroid film, 8 shots to tell a story. The result were muted colors and stark landscapes that mean the world to me. My inner hipster just celebrated a little with some PBR.
What a great city to shoot in and around. These are some touristy shots of parliament, big ben and the eye.
The city on the water, slowly sinking and flooding. I got a clear dry day for wandering, people watching, street food and gelato.
The trip through Denali National Park in the heart of Alaska is a grueling one. One dusty 91 mile road only open to park vehicles and specially permitted cars leading you on an amazing trail of breathtaking landscapes and wildlife. On a good day you get fantastic views of snow capped Mount McKinley the highest peak in North America. Luckily I had a good day. There was even a helicopter ride to a nearby glacier. What an amazing experience.