I was recently interviewed by my good friend and excellent photographer Jennifer Renwick for a feature at Slow Photography Movement. Check it out for thoughts on my slow approach to nature photography!
I’ve teamed up with Alister Benn and his new company Expressive Photography to offer a unique workshop in the highlands and islands of Scotland next year, where you can explore the light, atmosphere and your relationship with the landscape at your own pace. This is my first workshop offering outside the US!
I recently had a great conversation with Chris Smith (founder of Out of Chicago) about finding a sense of mystery in my images, why I photograph nature instead of other subjects, and more.
I’m beyond excited to announce that starting this October, my partner Taylor and I will be leaving Portland and traveling across North America full-time in our travel trailer! I will be producing a lot more work once I’m living this nomadic lifestyle in the places I love to photograph. I’ll also be teaching at various photography conferences, as well as offering more in-field workshops. See you out there!
I will be teaching and presenting at the Outsiders Photography Conference in Kanab, Utah in March 2020 along with many great photographers. Join us there!
I recently participated in the 100th episode of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast, on a roundtable panel with a bunch of awesome people. Give it a listen if you like hearing people talk about nature photography!
A new article I wrote about intimate compositions and the imagination is now published on Nature Photographers Network - check it out and let me know what you think in the comments!
An in-depth written interview with Beata Moore over at Terra Quantum.
I recently recorded a podcast with F-Stop, Collaborate, and Listen. Check it out and hear my thoughts on finding inspiration, creating unique imagery, social media, and the art and state of nature photography.
A written “interview” about my work in Amateur Photographer Magazine. Please note that they have paraphrased my answers to their questions in order to convert the interview format into something more like an article. This resulted in sentences I never really said, such as the first sentence about being “crowned”. Eek! Still, I’m archiving it here for posterity.
My images "Hibernation", "Ballad of Gales", "Sanctuary", and "Mother Brain" have earned top prize in the 2016 International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, out of 2300+ entries.
My image "Volcanic Autumn" has earned the top prize in the 2016 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, out of thousands of entries from 40+ countries.
My images "Hibernation" and "Funnel Factory" have placed first and second overall in the 2016 International Pano Awards competition, out of over 4,500 entries from 60 countries.
An interview with David Johnston on his Photography Roundtable podcast. We chatted about photography locations, how to shoot in subtle light while composing the shot well, and Photoshop techniques.
A conversation about making a living as a landscape photographer with Allie Siarto on her podcast, Photo Field Notes.
A written interview with Brian Rueb over at Aperture Academy for their Photographer of the Month feature.