Photo Journal

A Time to Remember
February 7, 2022  |  USA

Editing photos shortly after returning from photographic trips can be a double edged sword. On the one hand, I am always excited to see the new images while the trip is still fresh in my mind as I want to release new work as soon as possible...

Fall in Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks
September 2021  |  Wyoming

When I was a Freshman in College back in the mid 80's, I had an opportunity to travel with my family out West. That trip sparked a passion in me for the West that has never subsided. There is just something about the vast landscape of the West...

2021 in Retrospect
January 2022

It doesn't take a genius to know and understand that 2020 & 2021 have been difficult years for different reasons. At the very least, Covid has really thrown almost everything into complete chaos; from travel restrictions, to lockdowns, to supply chain shortages that affect almost everything we as consumers purchase, to many health challenges for friends and family members...

Death Valley:  The sheer Size of this Place
February 2020

I have just returned from my second trip to Death Valley National Park in California. As with my previous (and first) trip, but can be quite overwhelming and difficult to come away with quality images due to the fact of the sheer size of the park, and also due to the lack of clouds on most days...

Death Valley
February 2018

Death Valley National Park is one of those places I have always wanted to visit, but never could find the time to research and plan the trip.  The park encompasses 3.3 million acres and is 150 miles long...