Authenticity is Never a Fad

When it comes to senior photos, I’ve never been a fan of making the subject look like a fashion model. I’ve always made it my highest goal in shooting portraits to try to capture who the person really is rather than make them look like something I want them to […]

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Bandon Fire & Rescue Dive Team

Bandon Fire & Rescue Dive Team Photo Essay for 1859 Oregon’s Magazine. Stories about heroic members of the EMS community are not uncommon. It’s their job to be courageous; doing what it takes to save the lives of people in distress and the rest of us are unspeakably grateful for […]

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War Tribe Gear & Girls in Gis

War Tribe Gear + Girls in Gis

War Tribe Gear + Girls in Gis My latest video production for War Tribe Gear was a collaboration project with the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu non-profit organization, Girls in Gis. The mission of Girls in Gis is to promote participation and camaraderie for women in BJJ. War Tribe Gear has been […]

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Gooseneck Barnacle

OnTrak Magazine Feature

I thought I was just going to take photos for a story. I didn’t realize that I was going to receive a lesson in marine biology, but I thoroughly enjoyed my time on this project and the knowledge I gained from it. They’ve been a highly prized and sought after […]

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Oregon Adaptive Sports

Oregon Adaptive Sports

It has always been one of my ambitions and pursuits to volunteer my skills to non-profit humanitarian causes. Since moving here, I discovered an organization which I am proud and humbled to work with called Oregon Adaptive Sports. This is their mission statement: “OAS provides life-changing outdoor recreation experiences to […]

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1889 Magazine Cover

1889 Magazine Summer 2017 Cover & Feature Story Over the spring I had the joy of traveling around Oregon and Washington shooting several stories for different magazines. I Just received the first print copies. In this issue they placed my work on the cover, 2 full page photos, 1 two […]

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1859 Magazine | Stumptown Kilts

After spending a day riding around Portland with John McClain from Stumptown Kilts, it’s easy to see why I’ve always been drawn to the art and aesthetic style of the PNW. Portland is a cool town and there’s a love for art that resonates on every corner. Big thanks to […]

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