1. Dick’s Drive-In: WSJ

    2022-08-11 00:27:31 UTC
    One of the best parts about the job is getting into spots the general public doesn’t usually have access to.  It’s not always glamorous or wild, sometimes it’s just a local staple that offers the opportunity to see behind the curtains. That was the case with this Wall Street Journal…

  2. Pacific Northwest Heat Dome 2021 for The New York Times

    2022-04-13 21:16:00 UTC
    On Blogging: Ten years ago, (when I was in college!) blogging was the thing to do. I was almost more excited to come back home from an assignment and make an edit for my blog than I was to actually go make the photographs. It was fun to self-publish, see…

  3. Solar Prepping - The New York Times

    2021-03-25 05:54:16 UTC
    Last February  The New York Times sent me on a couple of assignments on the edge of Idaho and Montana. Both felt super up my alley. I really feel like my favorite work environment is following my nose on a road trip, and this was exactly that. Again, like my…

  4. An Assignment From the Before Times

    2021-03-10 17:26:00 UTC
    Early last year, following my first portfolio trip to NYC since being a college student, I got a handful of assignments that started to feel more in line with a new “vision” I’d been kind of working towards. Something that felt post-daily news photographer and  Assignments I could hang my…

  5. American Photo 36: In the Book!

    2021-03-02 17:34:39 UTC
    Photo contests are weird, and I’ve avoided them since college for the most part. Last year I tried to remind myself that entering and putting yourself out there was a key part of running your own business, so I jumped to it a bit. I’m hyped to have had two…

  6. Small Things

    2021-02-07 05:24:16 UTC
    Doing our best to stay present, enjoy the company of our little family, and get a breath of fresh air this wet and cold Saturday. 

  7. Seattle as COVID takes hold, for Rolling Stone

    2021-01-28 19:49:49 UTC
    March was wild here in Seattle. COVID was new and wild and nobody had adjusted yet. Seattle was kind of ground zero for awhile, even though numbers were so, so, low compared to what we know now. The work felt important, and scary, but was so……boring, visually.  During this project…

  8. Radavist x Smoothjazzlines

    2021-01-27 19:31:16 UTC
    I’ve always *thought* about photographing mountain biking more, but every time I do, I just end up wanting to ride, and I put the camera in my pack. It’s something I cherish and feels special every time I get to sneak out and it’s a great escape from the mental…

  9. A Breath of Fresh Air

    2021-01-25 23:20:29 UTC
    A new blog, wow! I <3’ed blogging about photographing and assignments back in college, and then instagram took over, and the world changed. I have some feelings about that I’ll share in a post soon, but in the meantime, I’m going to move from that platform, to this blog, to…

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