"Before They" image by Jimmy Nelson

Before They

"Before They" image by Jimmy Nelson
image by Jimmy Nelson

Jimmy Nelson is a monster. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure he’s a nice guy, but he’s a monster of photography and art and culture. I mean that in a nice respectful way, I promise. Continue reading “Before They”


Julie & Ryan

Aint love grand?
Aint love grand?

I’m still thinking about this wedding. Julie and Ryan are one of those couples who exude togetherness. To anyone around, its quite obvious that they’re meant for each other. It’s hard to explain, but they just fit. It’s romantic and sappy perhaps, but I believe there is true love and I’ll go on the record as saying these two are going to be together forever. Continue reading “Julie & Ryan”

Burning Man & The Great Ticket Shortage of 2012

Today, the Burning Man Organization will announce its new policies regarding tickets to this year’s event. Growth, permit concerns and an aging ticket system has taken its toll and has caused, what many burners see as a huge disaster. Many … Continue reading Burning Man & The Great Ticket Shortage of 2012

Pep Bonet -emerging photographer

I love an artform where you’re called “young” at 36. I’m actually 36 + I’m a photographer = I’m still young. There it is: proof that I’m young in equation form. Jokes aside, Pep Bonet is the real deal. This is a great interview with a very talented photojournalist. Worth 7 minutes of your time for sure, and theres some great advice for all photographers and well, everyone. Enjoy. Continue reading Pep Bonet -emerging photographer

100 year old COLOR photographs and Gary Vaynerchuk says quit your job

An article at Boston.com features color photographs taken by a Russian Tsar’s photographer,  Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii. This amazing photo was taken 20 years before conventional color film was invented. Prokudin-Gorskii used the three-color process developed by James Clerk Maxwell. Some … Continue reading 100 year old COLOR photographs and Gary Vaynerchuk says quit your job