“I’m 77 years old and I’m still out here chasing these squirrels. I always have done it.”
We traveled down to South Carolina just about a year ago to spend two days in Sumter National Forest hiking, hunting, photographing and filming none other than Mac English, a champion squirrel hunter. We were out there in the woods – far out there. It was quite the experience, but all things considered, I’d go back and join a hunt any day.
First off an apology – Forgive me for missing out on a weekly wrap up last week. We were in the middle of an awesome editorial shoot up in NYC all day on Friday and I didn’t get the chance to properly write about the week. That being said, the past fourteen days have been pretty crazy, with editorial projects and an advertising shoot down in Miami.
Take a look at some brand new landscape shots from my trip to Italy this fall. I hope you enjoy these shots from Siena, Tuscany, and Rome. It was an incredible country, I hope we get to go back soon. Enjoy!
It’s been another busy week, traveling to Miami for a shoot and working locally back in Philadelphia. This week marked the last shoot of a really special editorial project that’s kept us traveling for the last few weeks. Even though that’s wrapped up, we had plenty to keep us busy, with a handful of shoots and interesting things cooking in the Philly area. Keep reading to see what else happened this week…
Seventeen Days. Seventeen unforgettable days in Hawaii, filled with unparalleled natural beauty, awe-inspiring views, hard work, a good team, and some awesome photography. We’re back in Philadelphia now, catching up and gearing up for the next shoot, getting ready to head back to the left coast for a new project.
My apologies for not updating about our last day sooner, a pile of work on my desk in the studio and considerable jet-lag got the best of me. Just like the rest, our last day in Maui was memorable and filled with beauty.
If you’re looking for the rest of the trip, you can find each day below, but don’t forget to click “read more” and find out the details about our final day in Hana.
Hopefully you’ve all enjoyed reading about our shoot in Hawaii – it’s been a great experience to document and share some behind the scenes from this project. Many thanks to everyone involved, from our photo crew, to the team from Doner, everyone invloved from Travaasa, Matu Productions, Hana Productions, and our local guides & assistants. Thanks again, Cheers!
It’s been two weeks. Almost five thousand miles and five time zones away from home base back in Philadelphia. When you hit the two week mark in a place like this, despite the technology, despite our iPhones and laptops, you can’t help but feel a certain sense of disconnect. Feeling that sense of separation from the everyday maybe makes it easier to appreciate the beautiful scenery and make a great photos.Â Either way, every morning the sunrise still manages to impress and inspire.