Monthly Archives: December 2010

What a Great Year

Growth. That’s what 2010 was all about for me. First and foremost, my family grew this year. Not only did I get to welcome a new nephew into the world, but I was also lucky enough to get engaged and married to the person I love most in the world. Like many other photographers out […]

Crazy Little Jasper

A bit of a change of pace today…a portrait! I brought my camera along with me to our Christmas morning brunch with the in-laws to snap some photos of Brei’s nephews opening their gifts. It was so much fun to watch the little guys tear into their presents, and I had a blast shooting them. […]

Wyld Stallions!

Just a quick post this morning. This is a shot from a small courtyard where we spent our honeymoon…these metal horse statues were just begging to be photographed. I knew as soon as I saw these guys I’d be naming my post ‘Wyld Stallions’ after the rock band Bill and Ted (of ‘Bill and Ted’s […]

Gold Boxes

When I was in Mexico, all I could think about was how many great urbex opportunities there were down there and how I wasn’t going to be exploring any of them. Between the bus rides to and from the airport and the cab ride to the second resort we stayed at, I saw more great […]

Footsteps

Before I went to Mexico, I bought myself a B+W 10-stop ND filter with the hope of capturing some cool images while down there. It definitely took me a while to get the hang of using it, but it was a fun learning experience and I think I was able to get a few decent […]