Monthly Archives: November 2010

PHOTO OF THE WEEK // Scowl :: Northern Ethiopia

This frame was photographed when on assignment for Bright Hope World in Northern Ethiopia. I was working on a story for an elderly and widows feeding and care center.  This gentleman was a fascinating man who loved to discuss politics. Despite his scowl, this man became someone I looked forward to chatting with every day […]

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NEW ZEALAND ROAD TRIP

Hey everyone… I’m taking care of a few last minute things and about to head out the door for a week touring some of the South Island of New Zealand.  Just me, my cameras, ipod, a tent, and  an open road.  I’m looking forward to seeing some of this beautiful country.  I’ve got just under […]

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TRAVEL TIPS // Pack Your Bags :: Part 1 – Camera Gear

I mentioned last week that I’ve been asked a good bit over this year lots of questions revolving around how I travel and what gear I take and so on.  I figured it might be helpful to put a lot of those questions into a blog form for others who may be wondering. I’ve taken […]

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK // TOMS shoes :: bush village in Zambia

I was working on an assignment in a remote village in the Copperbelt region of Zambia when I noticed that this kid following us had on a pair of worn out TOMS Shoes.  If you would like to order a print please visit the print gallery here. Canon 5DMKII, 50mm f/1.4. Tweet

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Gear

Gear.  Our tools of the trade.  They are not the only thing essential to making photographs, but they are however, essential.  You can’t take a photograph w/out a camera or a lens or a memory card/film.  I find I’m constantly being asked questions regarding my gear.  What camera I use.  Lenses.  How I pack for […]

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