We were rushing to get to this location before sunset and the wind was howling…but the scene playing out before us was spectacular and Des was an amazing partner for this shoot! The area was completely devoid of other people and there was an amazing peace amidst all the wind
I have worked with Lexi before and she is the kind of cowgirl that makes people dream of being a barrel racer… She is kind, a woman of faith, and strong of spirit and will. As a rodeo contestant, she is exceedingly accomplished for her young age. And…she is a
Always so thankful to get to work with Valeria Bautista… She is lovely and talented and such a joy to partner with! Love these shots!!! It has been a season of studio work for me recently which is such fun. I enjoy it, love working with my Profoto B1x lights,
I ended my recent trip to Death Valley and the Eastern Sierra with a stop at Mobius Arch hoping for a spectacular sunset…which didn’t happen. ; ) That being said, it was a lovely evening and the Arch was in full glory beneath a sometimes cloudy and sometimes starry sky…
In the 1870s these amazing structures were built to support mines and smelting operations owned by George Hearst, father of William Randolph Hearst. While they operated, the kilns creating charcoal for smelters roughly 25 miles away near the mines and only burned for about three years as the mines never
I know…the first thing you thought of was Vegas!!! Lights, excitement, shows…but when I think if Nevada and night, I think photography in interesting and amazing places. Nelson, Nevada, is one of those spots. An old mining town that has been opened up by a family for photography and history,
I was so fortunate to catch the Golden Gate Bridge on a lovely day with the fog just starting to roll in from the coast. Such a majestic and wonderful welcome to California for all those that sail beneath or drive across this span. Outstanding!!!
I have been doing lots of night photography lately and honestly, had forgotten how fun night time shoots can be! This panoramic is of the great community of Long Beach on a recent Friday evening and is comprised of eight shots stitched together through the magic of Photoshop. Great fun