I moved to Montana from San Francisco in 1999 for a change of lifestyle. Tired of traffic, the crazy housing market, too many people and just living the life of a city rat. I was born a city boy and wanted to try something different. Being able to park in front of my Bozeman house […]
My friend Ryan invited me to drive 3.5 hours south to Idaho to see the solar eclipse. I pictured the traffic, the drive and my recollection of a solar eclipse I had seen in the past that didnâ€™t impress me much. My response was â€œnot interestedâ€. Then he told me it was a camping event […]
Yesterday on a bike ride I met Joe. Â He was walking down the trail, one little step at a time, his pants rolled up, his large backpack hanging below his hips. As I passed him, probably a little too fast, he flinched. I could tell he was old but not quite how old he really […]
THE HUNT THAT NEARLYÂ KILLED ME Is that time a year to feed my obsession for whitetail. Here I am back on the target putting 30 to 40 arrows a day. Bow hunting is a discipline and you better take it seriously, you can’t never practice too much. This yearâ€™s hunt is going to be a […]
The Marquee Lodovico Antinori posing with one of his trophies MEET LODOVICO Last year Lodovico contacted me through Instagram and said â€œI stopped by your house to say hi.â€ He had been reading my stories on Instagram and occasionally commenting in perfect English. Â I have terrible memory and was scratching my head trying […]
Red Bull OCR and Endurance athlete Fernando Casanova went from being, as he likes to say “a smoker, a drinker and a 210 pound fat man” to a sponsored super athlete. Â “If you asked me 12 years ago I would have never believed I would be doing what I do now.” Â 12 years ago the […]
Pretty excited to be featured in the Communication Arts Photo Annual for the third yearÂ in a row! Â To check out my other recognitionsÂ please check out theÂ AWARD pages on my website. Â And to learn more about this image find out how itÂ went VIRAL and the pros and cons of going viral.
When Maria Elena emailed me about her new project, it was difficult to say no, even though I knew there was only little money to be made. At the time I couldn’t have imagined the magnitude of the tragedy that was about to strike that country and how we were all going to be caught […]
Has been fun learning about a new sport. Jai Alai, the fastest game in the world I documented for Red Bulletin. Â The speed of aÂ Jai Alai ball Â has been clocked at 188mph. Â Do you know what it means for a photographer in the middle of a game? Â Don’t get hit! Â This was by far […]
Very excited to to be featured in Archive’s 200 Best Photographers Worldwide for the 5th time! Â Keep an eye for the 2016 issue. Â Don’t forget to see the rest of the awards including Communication Arts and Graphis Â by clicking here.