Thursday, June 4, 2015

Photography tips for REI - Improve your Mountainbike Photography Skills

I was honored recently when REI contacted me about writing a series of tutorials for their members on how they could improve their photography skills. Over the past few months, I've covered three other topics so far (see the full list below if you'd like to see the previous tutorials). This week, a new tutorial went online about how you can take better Mountain Biking photos.


Check out the full article HERE on REI's blog.

And here's the links to the previous posts. Happy shooting!

Monday, June 1, 2015

Catalog Photoshoot - Diamondback Bikes - Seattle

Just finished a couple of shoots for Diamondback Bicycles for their commuter and urban bike lines.



Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Behind the Scenes - Rainwear photoshoot and creating fake rain

Last week we had a large commercial shoot outside Seattle, Wa in the foothills of the North Cascades. The shoot was for a large outerwear company's rainwear line. Usually, one thinks it's always grey and rainy in the Pacific Northwest… and usually it is. But when you're shoot requires that ABSOLUTELY MUST BE RAIN, you bring along backups in case mother nature doesn't cooperate.

Below are a handful of behind the scenes images from the shoot to give you a little idea of what goes into faking conditions. Will post the resulting shots as soon as possible.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Photography Tutorials: How to Shoot Skiing Photos - for REI

A little while back I was contacted by outdoor retail brand REI to begin a series of tutorials aimed at helping their customers take better photos on their adventures. The post below is the most recent tutorial on How to Take Ski Photographs.

If you'd like to check out the previous photo tutorials, click on the links below

And stay tuned for more in the coming months!

Saturday, February 21, 2015

New Catalog Work for Outdoor Research

Just got these tearsheets from a holiday catalog I shot for Seattle based outerwear company, Outdoor Research