I rolled into town near dusk and made my way to the KOA where I would spend the next couple nights camping in my little tent amongst the roar of motorcycle engines propelling bike week revelers. Within moments of my arrival, a biker camped next to me made his way over to laugh at [...]
When The FADER calls, you know you are in for an interesting shoot. You also normally know you’re in for something authentic as this predictor-of-what’s-next craves images that feel real and fresh. The publication normally impresses upon the artists that you want a look into their real life and not another trite image of [...]
A few images from my favorite model and partner in crime, the one and only, Kendrick Brinson. All in camera, as always.
I recently posted a series of images shot in Florida, commissioned by AARP. That trip spurred a fascination I’ve always had with the state’s tourism industry, or more so with the places that industry has created, the people it attracts, and those that make it run. As I reflected on why I was so [...]
As I constantly remind students and loved ones, I strongly believe it is as important to document our own lives and those around us. Personally, it’s also one of my greatest sources of inspiration and what rekindles my love for photography again and again. In recent times, I’ve invested much of this personal shooting [...]
Last week I spent a day on the small barrier island of Sapelo off the coast of Southern Georgia. My senses and awareness of my surroundings seemed to heighten the second my cell and internet connection wafted away somewhere over the Atlantic aboard the small ferry.
The grandson of the woman whose trailer I rented [...]
My creative co-conspirator, business partner, and lovely wife Kendrick Brinson and I found ourselves an opportunity to revisit our ongoing project titled simply, The Coast. This leg was a short drive from sunny LA to San Diego, sandwiched between two shoots with only an afternoon of shooting to afford. While I always crave more, [...]