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Story Trumps Everything

When is it OK not to see the eyes of your wildlife subject? When is it OK to photograph “butt shots?” When the story that the photograph tells is powerful enough to override just about […]

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The Pink Meanie of Panama with the new(ish) Knekt 6″ Dome Port for the GoPro

Like all photographers, I love my toys. And like most of you, I too have a couple gopro cameras that I tote around with me to play with. While on a recent trip to Panama, […]

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Fishing Bears with the Nikon D5

There is definitely something exhilarating about watching a 400lb sow brown bear come charging straight at you through the water. Of course, that feeling would be a little different if it wasn’t for the fact […]

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Puffins Galore

After a 30 minute boar ride across the most beautiful glacial blue waters I have ever seen, we arrived at a spectacular hunk of rock rising up out of the sea completely covered in horned […]

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Brown Bear Reflections

The biggest problem one faces when photographing brown bears along the banks of Cook Inlet in Alaska, is that they keep getting too damn close. Now, I should admit that I was being stubborn this […]

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Sage Grouse: America’s Bird of Paradise P. 2

One hundred years ago there was an estimated¬†16 million greater sage grouse in the world. At least that is according to those who figure things out like that. ¬†Theirs was a world of seemingly never […]

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Sage Grouse: America’s Birds of Paradise p. 1

Last week I was driving down a long wash board dirt road through a veritable sea of sagebrush. I had been here before a couple of years ago in this remote section of high desert […]

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Three Toed Sloth on Cover of Outdoors Unlimited

26 This year, while I was down in Panama, I learned that a photograph of mine from a trip to Panama last year made the front cover of December’s Outdoors Unlimited. This is a photo […]

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red-billed tropicbirds of Isla Pajaro

This is the lost world. Situated a few miles off the coast of Isla Colon, Bird Island, or Isla Pajaro is nothing more than a tropical seastack in the Caribbean. Monster waves pound its cliffs, […]

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Favorite Photos of 2015

Can you believe that its over already? 2015. Going, going, gone. With new photographic goals, clients, and projects and on horizon for 2016 that is already consuming 99% of my time, I want to slow […]

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