One year ago, my family visited Acadia National Park for a long holiday weekend. The gorgeous yellow, orange, and red foliage dazzled us. It was just hitting its peak during that brief window of time. Of course, I brought my cameras, and now a year later it is time to share the images in a photo essay. Given the difficulties […]

Given the ongoing coronavirus, I decided to convert my Nikon D810 to infrared. Now I am seeing the Washington, DC area in a new light. After photographing the DC area for more a couple of decades now, I welcome the change. Infrared has given me a new sense of excitement about photographing the region. The converted camera lets me photograph […]

When it became clear the Nikon Z6 was tragically flawed with both major autofocus issues and intentionally stunted device (hello one slot), I passed and bought a Fuji XT-3. While a crop sensor device, the XT-3, and its newer sister XT-4 are often lauded as comparable to many full-frame cameras. After more than a year shooting with the camera, I […]

People often ask me, “What type of photographer are you?” I offer a little glib reply, something like, “I shoot whatever I find interesting.” I resist labeling myself because labels carry inherent dangers. Once a photographer becomes classified, people have a hard time reconciling variances beyond that genre. As a semi-pro (I shoot for pay part-time, but photography makes up […]

Continuing our COVID 19 series of virtual visits to fun lands or ideal destinations, this episode of the Show Me Podcast takes visitors to the gorgeous exotic lands of Havana, Cuba. Whether you prefer audio, video or a photo essay, let me take you there.

With the election coming up it seemed like a good idea to review my four year-ongoing Trump Protest photos project and examine overarching themes. From basic civil rights to democratic principles, the same themes kept appearing over and over again in the protests. They were racism, immigration, gender equality, LGBTQ rights, science and facts, the right to earn, and freedom of expression. See the photos in the podcast or below in a photo essay format, or just listen to the podcast to hear about those protest trends, the major issues that define the Trump presidency.

For the past four years, I have posted protest photos on Flickr with a limited creative commons license. My intent? To empower other storytellers to further their own conversations with the images.

Let me take you through a virtual tour of Olympic National Park. So many of us have lost trips and planned vacations to the coronavirus quarantines. I hope to take you to the magical place I feel in love with last year, Olympic National Park.