9 March - Somewhere in the Pacific Ocean
18 February - Jinzun
9 February - Donghe
I try my best to get good shots of all the surfers in the water. But it's not easy.
If you see a photo you like, please contact me and I can sell you an edited high resolution version without the watermark.
You can also hire me to photograph your surf trip. Message me for my rates.
This is my work. This is fun!
See you out there! Yewwwwww \m/
Two Hydrogens + One Oxygen.
It seems so simple. But it's never, ever the same. Water is the most visible example that energy never ceases.
If I had to choose just one medium and style of art to play with for eternity, it would be water photography. Using the motion, distortion and refraction of light in H20, I can paint with a camera. Often photography is used to capture a moment, freeze a memory. But in this manifestation I can create images that leave much more room for interpretation by a viewer.
This photo series was composed throughout a six week road trip from the U.S. deep into mainland Mexico and back. Pete and his pup and I rumbled through deserts, highlands, mountains, farmlands, beaches and a number of places from which we probably shouldn't have made it out.
We found colorful towns, winding roads, amazing engineering feats, and huge smiles from generous locals. We did NOT find any gangs, kidnappers nor banditos. But maybe we just didn't search for them as hard as the major American media outlets do...
A few years ago I began hopscotching my way around the world. Cheap flights often result in extended layovers in unfamiliar cities. Rather than hail a cab to the modern art museum, I prefer to skate through the underbelly and find out what the locals really think.
...Outside. Climbs and hikes and drives and pleasant strolls.