Personal projects are, and will always remain, an important aspect of my photography. Since the summer of 2010 I’ve been photographing landscapes. Landscape photography allows me to capture and apply my unique vision to the world around me.
In this new body of work, the images will take you from New York City to the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park. Enjoy!
The April edition of Philadelphia Magazine hit stands recently including a plethora of photos I shot in Florida of the Philadelphia Phillies. The project included shooting four Collector’s Edition covers and a ten-page photo essay of the team. (Click here to read the article.)
I recently traveled to Oden, Arkansas for a Field & Stream shoot. For the third year in a row, I had the opportunity to photograph the finalists for the Heroes of Conservation. Every year, Field & Stream runs this issue, featuring people that are committed to the preservation of our natural resources.
In Oden, I met William Edwards II.
“William Edwards has spent his life practicing and teaching conservation through Oden High School’s Woods and Waters Club. As Oden’s principal, he is the club’s leader, and under his watch more than one-fourth of the school’s students have joined. Members maintain a stretch of highway and the local rifle range, build bird boxes for the public, and raise catfish for a local derby, where they help young contestants bait hooks and handle fish. “We’re a school of natural conservationists,” Edwards says. ‘Our best fisherman is like our star athlete.’ “ – Field & Stream
Here is a quick video from our shoot. As you can see, we had some bad weather that day, which always makes shooting that much more interesting.
I recently did a shoot for New Jersey Monthly, for their annual Great Companies story. One of the companies featured in the article was Campbell’s Soup Company. The article focused on the company’s child-care program for the employees and their families.