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  1. Polarity

    03 Jul 2020

    Fly fishing can be as thrilling as it can humbling, and as defeating as it can, addictive. In the words of Alan Watts, “life is not a conflict between opposites, but a polarity.” A personal project shot in Wyoming’s early spring, made from lunch beers, wet socks, and no cell…


  2. Brave New Wheel for Bicycling magazine

    07 Apr 2020

    In early April Bicycling reached out to me to spend a day with Brave New Wheel, a service oriented bike shop based in Fort Collins, for a feature showing cyclists on the frontlines of the coronavirus; from the ER doc who relies on their bike to get to work, to…


  3. FirstBank ‘You Work Hard’ campaign in The Fifty by Ad Club CO

    27 Feb 2020

    Big thanks to my friends at Image Brew + TDA Boulder for bringing me on to photograph part of a campaign for FirstBank!  ‘You Work Hard’ was recently included in Ad Club CO’s prestigious competition, The Fifty.  Held annually, these awards are a media-agnostic, idea first measurement of the…


  4. Wolf Creek for Powder Magazine

    09 Oct 2019

    Shot for the October 2019 issue of Powder Magazine for a feature on Wolf Creek – one of Colorado’s last independent ski areas and home to the highest average snowfall in the entire state. Don’t forget the chili.


  5. New work for Vinyl Me, Please

    08 Oct 2019

    Recently I was asked by “the best damn record club”, also known as Vinyl Me, Please, to help show how dedicated they are to pressing the highest quality vinyl they can, while remastering and reissuing classics from iconic artists ranging from Art Blakey to the Ramones. This shoot was a…


  6. Miller & Debbie Harrell for AARP

    07 Aug 2019

    New work photographed for AARP about a couple who are fulfilling their dream of hiking the Colorado Trail – a 567 mile hike from Durango to Denver at an average elevation of 10.3k ft


  7. FirstBank Print Campaign with TDA Boulder and Image Brew

    20 May 2019

    “We need to show a guy working in an air duct and a busy doctor in an office full of patients” — my friends at Image Brew and TDA Boulder had a request that got my wheels spinning as soon as I hung up the phone. The client for this…


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