Rebelution

Rebelution is a “new to me” group of musical artists that know how to put on a performance. I was blessed to hang out with them in the back and get to know the guys for a few minutes before the show. Then when they walked on to the stage they were amazing. The instruments were perfectly tuned and everyone was playing perfectly in sync with each other. It was clear I was in the presence of some fantastic... View More »

Lost Trail Lodge

I was invited by a friend of mine to join him and his friends for a retreat into the forest. I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into but have been on the “yes” train as much as possible the past year or two….so naturally, I had an amazing time. I was able to meet 16 new people, all of which were very nice, open minded and welcomed me into their lives like I was family. Friendships were made almost instantly. Throughout my travels I’ve come up with theory that the best way to meet someone isn’t over beers at a bar, or loud music at a party. My personal favorite way to get to know someone is to put yourself into a potentially uncomfortable situation, or at least an unfamiliar location. Something you don’t do everyday, some place you don’t have all the answers too. Doing this takes away a big amount of “I know’s” and puts everyone on the same level of knowledge, or at least closer. I learned a lot from the guys I was with and will take my new knowledge into the future. Oh yeah, and Lost Coast Lodge is absolutely beautiful, Ill be back in winter for some snowboarding, snowmobiling and good... View More »

Basscamp

I’ve had the pleasure of working with PREntertainment for a few different music related gigs. I’ve always had a great time working with the staff, entertainers and of course enjoying my time “working.” This event was no different… well it was slightly different. The venue was new, and it was a full on festival rather than a single headliner that everyone went to see. I worked with two familiar big names: Candyland and Kill Paris while adding a few new big names to my list while connecting dots with many local DJs that I’ve been meaning to meet. The overall experience was wonderful. Basscamp had two stages running all day and into the night with well tuned sound systems between the two. As the final entertainer, Datsik, came on stage and began to wow the crowd my beautiful girlfriend managed to get plucked up onto stage to perform with her LED hula hoop – an experience that will last us both a lifetime of smiles. Thanks for the photo of her Dan Dunn! San Francisco, aerial photography San Francisco San Francisco The new bay bridge San Francisco Giants stadium San Francisco aerial photography Metal Print with Black Shadow Frame Metal Print with Frame Metal Print with Hanger Metal Print Only Metal Print... View More »

Slightly Stoopid

I’ve listened to Slightly for a few years longer than any other types of music. Connecting dots between music that I grew up listening too and my work/pleasure is a very fulfilling feeling. View More »

July 4th 2014

This year I wanted to try something a little different with my fireworks photos. I went for more of an “artsy” look. I went from in focus to out of focus during the exposure that gives the images that flower like... View More »

Patchfest 2014

Patchfest is an annual snowboarding party several miles in the backcountry. Its described as: “Do you enjoy Snowboarding on Glaciers? Camping with Strangers? Drinking in excess? If you answer yes to any of these questions then this may just be the party for you!” This was my second year in attendance and my group “upgraded” our camping spot with a keg this year. MUCH less trash and an overall amazing experience. Here are a few photos from the event when I had a second to put my beer down and picked my camera up. San Francisco, aerial photography San Francisco San Francisco The new bay bridge San Francisco Giants stadium San Francisco aerial photography Metal Print with Black Shadow Frame Metal Print with Frame Metal Print with Hanger Metal Print Only Metal Print... View More »

The Rubicon Trail – Chuck Wagon

Together my friends and I drove through one of the most desirable and best known 4×4 trails in the world. A rare combination of difficulty, beauty, length and pure rock-crawling pleasure. Great camping next to crystal-clear lakes with stunning views. Coming from a “go-fast” background I wasn’t exactly sure how I would like such a slow motorized adventure. We were on trail for close to 12 hours and only had one minor breakdown/repair. I’m very thankful for a properly setup rig and great friends to coach me through the trail. …Even though a solid amount of advice was “Hammer it!” All photos and video were captured by my very close friend: Chris Wong... View More »

The Glitch Mob

I get the pleasure of shooting all different types of music events. This time I was lucky enough to work with The Glitch Mob on the beginning on their world tour. I met their audio engineer at Coachella Music Festival this year and was able to link back up here. He’s that guy is the guy you probably never think about. He’s the guy who tunes the speakers to sound right or wrong. He’s often getting heckled by people begging him if the performer(s) are going to “play one more song.” He’s the guy who get blasted with water, empty beers and flashed by under-aged girls. He’s usually the guy “behind” or “under” the fame too. This guy is my hero, thank you to all of YOU audio engineers behind the scenes that make the performances I enjoy so much so right. This particular guys name is Ian Hicks and he’s the guy who makes The Glitch Mob sound amazing. He re-tuned the entire sound system at the Knitting Factory in Reno and it turned out fantastic. He’s the guy who will be traveling with them around the globe making sure everyone gets the best audio experience they possibly... View More »

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