I love images that tell a great story and telling stories about what makes a great image.
I’ve helped build award-winning interactive experiences for some of the world’s foremost computer games and vfx companies.
Since the day I developed my first pictures in my high school darkroom, I’ve been photographing my travels and everyday life.
I write about photography, visual storyelling, travel and my various trips down the rabbit hole.
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Most people have at least a couple of funny dad stories. This is my last one, from just a couple of weeks before we finally said goodbye forever.
What a couple of old abandoned delivery vans parked in a vacant lot taught me about mortality, my relationship with my father, and the purpose of my photography.
The arrival of Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony feels like watching in relief as a close friend sends a toxic and abusive partner packing.
How visualization can be a useful tool to improve your photographs.
Emerging from over two months of lockdown, the island nation of Malta stretches its legs and slowly begins to swing back to life. While sitting in a newly opened bistro table watching the sun go down, this introvert reflects on walking through the empty streets of Malta’s capital and concludes that it is people that make a city.
This week we revisited one of last century’s most widely enjoyed classics and took a closer look at the elegantly simple cinematography of Roger Deakins.
A10 day photographic journey through Iceland’s icy northern landscapes under a sky caught in perpetual dusk.