Skida flew me out to their HQ in Vermont to photograph their new line and to design the new catalog. It was truly an epic experience. Check out the back spread of the catalog to view the behind the scenes! Hope you enjoy the catalog.
Archive for category: photography
My pal Todd who owns a few rad local coffee shops called Java commissioned me to photograph his new bike. He asked for a Mad Max look so we shot in a location where a recent wild fire burned. I then had it printed 40″ X 30″ on aluminum. Its awesome how the chrome on the bike actually looks metallic when viewing the print. We placed it in his local Restaurant in Ketchum, Idaho.
I know I know, I am so behind on blogging and I have so much to share with y’all. But you are about to take a peek in to one of my most spontaneous creative outlets. It is worth sharing immediately.
I woke up to the first snow storm of the season. What better way to take advantage of the dusting than photographing hot gals? Looking back, I am surprised the snow didn’t melt around them. (Don’t get me started with the korny jokes).
Starting with the one and only @FOXENVOGUE (Delaney Fox)
What a FOX! (ok I make korny jokes) p.s. I love Corn Dogs.
And then Mr. SWAVAY showed up with a warm treat. CHOICE MOVE N8TERZ
Shooting two models aint much fun with one camera. I invited my BRO Cody Haskell (Not Haskill) out. He showed up an turnt up. He is a budding photog and my brother in KRIME. Keep an eye on this fella. #BehindTheScenes
Then the camera was pointed Amy Bs way.
The contrast between these two smokin gals provided for quite the exciting session. What do you think?
Then we took an epic adventure to wrap up one helluva rather casual day in #IDAHO
^ The TRES AMIGOS. Thy slaying targets. 9mm
Hope you enjoyed a day in the life.
I work a lot. Not to complain, I love my job but every once and a while I have to put everything on hold and disconnect. Yesterdays reset button was an adventure over to Mackay, ID with my Dad and our 1979 Dodge van. We brought our fishing gear, PB&J materials, and a full tank. Aka $250.00 in regular gasoline. Kinda ironic since the van cost us $300.00. We set off with no real intention other than to explore the Big Lost river. We found a sweet shady camp spot and ok hole to fish in. I had some bites and caught a few little guys, not even worthy of documenting. But then, around 9:00 when the visibility was getting tough, my line caught and my reel went spinning down stream. This felt big. I started to reel the fish in as gently as I could. I see this big white belly flop around as I reeled in. It was easily 12-15 inches. I yell to my Dad, “get the camera ready!” Of course it was back at camp so I worked my hardest to keep the fish hooked. After a few minutes my Dad comes running in to the river with the camera and the fish spitts out the fly. I like a good challenge and holy smokes, fly fishing is damn hard!
I left my big boy camera at the office, and shot on my Dad’s janky canon. Here are the photos.
Wow! Where do I begin? Photos, video, both?!
How about I leave the words up to Kate Elgee. Check out the article in Sun Valley Magazine.
Photos coming soon.
Tenny is an aspiring director and I shot some old hollywood glam styled gals.
Everybody’s senior portraits look similar. I had an itch to do something completely different and thankfully Rocket took the time in the studio with me to do so. I have always wanted to try out composite photography where two completely different images are brought together. This is my first shot and yes they are not perfect, but I learned quite a bit. There are a few things I would do differently but im not going to expose those secrets. These two are not perfect but you bet ill keep at it.
However we still got the back up typical and expected portrait.