I recently made a quick trip after a snowstorm here in Utah to explore the Big Cottonwood Canyon area near Salt Lake City. To say I haven’t done much Winter landscape photography is an understatement, so I figured I’d make some changes to that. The goal was to catch some […]Read More
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Join me on my recent landscape photography adventure to explore Bryce Canyon National Park in Winter! I’m shooting some night sky/star/milky way photographs along with the amazing natural wonders and sunshine that is Bryce Canyon. Video is a new arena for me and something I’ve wanted to stick my toes […]Read More
2014 Scenic Calendar and Fly Fishing Calendar Available Now! After all of the final tweaks were made, my 2014 Scenic Calendar is now available for purchase. This includes some of my favorite scenic and nature images from my photographic travels. Also now available is my 2014 Fly Fishing Calendar including […]Read More
The year is at an end. And with that comes the reflection back on my photographic year. I traveled to many different locations this year and tried to stretch my creative process outside of its usual box. In some regards I succeeded and yet there is still lots to work […]Read More
2012 is winding down and at the end of the year it is common for people to reflect back on the past months and see where they’ve been compared to where they are now. As a Utah Landscape Photographer, along with many other photographers, I’ve looked back over my images […]Read More
Many of the scenic locations around the world have their specific locations that EVERYONE takes a photo of. The Snake River Overlook in Grand Teton National Park, Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park, and so on and so forth. These famous landscape photography locations have been photographed to death and […]Read More
Grand Teton National Park is awe-inspiring to say the least. The mountain range and scenic vistas present endless photographic opportunities for someone heading that way with a camera in hand. Just a week or so ago I made my first trip up the this great area. It wasn’t a photography […]Read More