I’ve spent most of my life exploring the outdoors and nature. However, it wasn’t until the digital age of cameras that I immersed myself in photography. Today I can’t imagine a more fulfilling experience than sitting at the top of a rocky perch just before dawn, watching as the stars fade into pink and purple. I find unparalleled exhilaration and inspiration, a sense of awe and discovery, and a healing calmness in the outdoors. I strive to capture that feeling in my photography so you can experience it too.

In truth, a photograph is a small part of the experience. Until you hear the sound of flute music echoing off of towering canyon walls, or feel the cold rush of a mountain stream on worn feet, or experience the sweet smoky smell of a campfire surrounded by friends, you will always be missing something. I hope that seeing my images and hearing my stories compels you to explore the natural world and complete the experience.

I wanted to create a blog where digital photographers could learn tips and exchange ideas for developing their skills and promoting their art.

Everything I write in this blog is from my perspective, based on my life experiences and what works for me. If something resonates with you. Inspires you. Or offends you. Go with it…

See where it leads. There are no right or wrong answers. Only self-discovery.

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I always say to people, practice an art, no matter how well or badly [you do it], because then you have the experience of becoming, and it makes your soul grow.

–Kurt Vonnegut, The Last Interview

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