Low Flow, Sacramento Fire Department

I was hired to document the lack of water that the Sacramento river is experiencing this winter. These are a few of my favorite clips snipped together. The raw footage will be used to teach firefighters how to navigate the river in boats. As you can see – there is a very specific channel that one cannot navigate out of without consequences like damaging the boat.  ... View More »

Scripps Pier, San Diego

I had the opportunity to visit the Oakley headquarters for a client of mine. www.theloadoutroom.com I was able to find a few hours of free time after the shoot to enjoy the sunset and grab a few tacos. I reached out to a few photographer friends in the area and asked for some recomendations on places to watch the sunset. I was recommended to head over to La Jolla and to take a peak at the “Scripps Pier.” Its a beautiful pier and I was pleasantly surprised at how easily photogenic it looked.       What I quickly discovered was that I must have landed my feet on the sand on the right day. As the sun began to set more and more photographers started coming to this pier from every direction, it was unreal. I realized that I also don’t like taking photos when people are right next to me taking the exact same shot. I quickly snapped a few as the clock turned right then backed away and hiked up a hill to watch the remainder of the sunset. I need to remind myself when shooting such beautiful things that I need to take a few minutes away from my camera and enjoy the moment through my own eyes. A big thank you to the 25 different photographers that helped remind me to enjoy the moment and take a step back.    ... View More »

Yosemite National Park

As a child my parents would take me to Yosemite every summer for 2-3 weeks at a time. I’ve always wanted to see this wonderful place in winter season. After graduating college I made the decision to make the drive down into the valley on December 19th 2013, nearly two decades after my first visit.In honor of the photographer Ansel Adams and his advanced work in Yosemite, I chose to make my set of photos entirely in black and white.... View More »

Pladra

Pladra shirts are 100% cotton flannel with outdoor scene liners on the cuffs, collar and back yoke. They use custom embroideries and they have heavier styles that use high-grade, faux-suede elbow patches. They designed everything to be machine washable for easy maintenance and durability. Pladra shirts are 100% cotton flannel with outdoor scene liners on the cuffs, collar and back yoke. They use custom embroideries and they have heavier styles that use high-grade, faux-suede elbow patches. They designed everything to be machine washable for easy maintenance and durability. All shirts are hand-made in San Francisco using local vendors from embroidering to sewing. They are honored to be able to produce the shirts in the USA and I’m honored to have finally gotten a chance to see these wonderful shirts up close.Pladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra CollectionPladra... View More »

New York – USAA

I flew out to New York for a few days to shoot a series on Veterans for USAA. During the time in-between different shooting locations I was able to visit with my younger sister who lives in the area. She played tour guide and took me to as many of the beautiful places she could in the short amount of time.           In addition to the photos I snapped on this trip. I made a few videos for www.SOFREP.com and USAA as well as a time-lapse I shot on my free time.                  ... View More »

Audien

With his incredible sense beautiful melodies and a production quality that deserves a lot of recognition, Nate “Audien” Rathbun is starting to show off his skills in a trance and progressive scene that many had mistaken for being dead and... View More »

Porter Robinson

I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Porter Robinson on his current tour. Porter is known to create some amazing electro house music. As you can see from the photos, we had a full house and the crowd loved every second of it. Here is a collection of photos from the wonderful... View More »

Mat Zo

I had the privilege of working with Mat Zo. Here are some photos from an event that took place at Rise Nightclub in Reno, Nevada. Matzo Matzo Matzo Matzo Matzo Matzo Matzo Matzo... View More »

The Red Circle Foundation

Title: “Client Work – The Red Circle Foundation” The Red Circle Foundation (RCF) was established in 2012. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and most large charitable organizations provide great services but often move very slowly, that’s where RCF has carved out its niche.         Our mission is to serve as a quick reaction non-profit by providing immediate gap funding assistance for Special Operations families in need. Typical assistance includes medical, memorial, and household expenses. Our second area of focus is on education and enrichment programs for children of the Special Operations community. We believe that a strong family unit is paramount in maintaining the mental and physical strength that US Special Operations Forces need to carry out their missions overseas. Please visit: redcirclefoundation.org              ... View More »

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