It’s been a great fall in my opinion. The colors haven’t been as vibrant but the temperatures have been absolutely fantastic. It really felt like someone just flipped the switch from excessive heat to comfortable crispiness. Three weekends in a row I was able to get out and chase the change. Weekend one was essentially… Read More This Year’s Fall Color
2020 calendars are now available! Be sure to head over to the online shop to get yours now. I have two versions available this go around. The 2020 Calendar encompasses images from all around the United States which I have photographed. The 2020 Minnesota Calendar well, that’s self explanatory. I hope you enjoy the images that… Read More 2020 Calendar Release!
24 hours, 473 miles, rain, more rain, muddy roads and Missouri mills, night skies and waterfalls. We drove a section of the original Trail of Tears, finding some new camp spots and backroads along the way. We enjoyed gravel bars along the crystal clear Current River in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, stayed up most… Read More Success Is All About Perspective: Traveling the Ozarks & Finding Inspiration
Kan·sa /ˈkanzə,-sə/ noun plural noun: Kansas a North American people of eastern Kansas. the language of the Kansa. or, Konza (Konza Prairie) I’m just going to go out and say it and clear the air here. I love Kansas. Not many seem to. That’s fine, we all like certain things and places. But us… Read More Konza: Overlanding and the Night Skies of the Prairie
Monday night was a perfect getaway. The first time I’ve been out on a photography overnight in four months—a 4.5 mile trek to the summit of Bell Mountain during sunset and into dusk, setting up camp under the clear night sky. The temps dipped allowing for a beautiful moondog and a half moon allowed for… Read More Bell Mountain Wilderness 2/25/2019
Right now I’ve got some time to continue updating the new website and filling it up with old shoots and galleries. We just got done having our child and we’ll be in the hospital the next couple of days. So, on that note, I want to take you all back to just over a year… Read More From the Archives: Ozark Mountain Scenes 10/12-10/13/2017