Capt. America & Co.
Tim n trout.
No one drowns when he’s around.
Tuckerman’s Ravine to the summit of Mt. Washington in 37 degree weather (in August) with winds at 50mph. It was rocky and wet and windy.
The whole boulder trail was a waterfall. These are some of the only photos I got before the camera went for a swim. RIP little guy. Cya!
Wrapped up a fun ad shoot in NYC for Lincoln Motor Co., stopped home to love on the pets, hopped on over to Chicago for another sweet lifestyle campaign then flew straight to Colorado for my wedding!
Alpine Swims, Hot Springs, Hikes, Friends, Family, Mountains, my one true love (photos to come soon)…Colorado is a favorite now and forever. Snaps top to bottom: Friends Austin, Erin, Sabrina on hiking adventures, two people I don’t know embracing, the love of my life in a hot spring! Epic summer so far.
Excited to share a series of new studio portraits on my site here. It’s funny, in a way, shooting portraits in studio feels almost more personal than shooting on location at the subject’s home or whatnot. It feels so raw in a way. No distractions – just a white wall and one another.
Everyone has to be vulnerable enough to let each other in.
oh, hi Summer.
The Great Bay Academy of Dance up in Kittery, Maine asked me to come up and photograph a performance. This type of work is so fun because I can almost see myself in their shoes as a young dancer. I love this type of documentary assignment. It embodies so much of why I love photography.
Workin’in Florida for St. Croix Rods
Marriott TownePlace Suites Campaign and Library:
Shot a new ad campaign and image library for Marriott’s TownePlace Suites and starting to see the images drop online. Head over to their site to see the work.
That day the seagulls gave her wings.
from a series i’m workin on involving big splashes in still waters….
Bundling up for day two today in Cape Cod. Saw two whales breach out on the water yesterday thru these windows! Pretty magical. A few behind the scenes here…
This is a photograph of a ballet student I took today.
This young determined dancer reminded me of me, though I was 16 when I started ballet. After an “audition,” the “fancy” jazz competition school in Kansas said I wasn’t good enough to enroll …..so I enrolled at a ballet school instead. I was determined to prove to myself that I could dance…and I did. I am still taking ballet and I’m still loving it. Do what you love people.
My friend Kristen, owner of Wanderbird Floral. Pretty things.
Gotta get back into the mountains here soon…they’re calling!