I have been a full-time professional landscape photographer for many years now. I am not based anywhere particular, no do I call any one specific place home. For the last many years, I have spent all of my year traveling. I have family trips, shooting trips, workshop trips and tourism trips that frequently span the globe. When it comes to photography, my adventurous style is one best defined by bold, dramatic imagery that stems from my love of unusual weather and getting far off the beaten path. My work has been used by over a hundred different publishers around the globe including National Geographic, Digital Photographer, the Wilderness Society, Digital Photo Pro, Popular Photography, Readers Digest and Sierra Club, among others, and has been on the cover of Outdoor Photographer more than a dozen times. I am also represented by the largest photo gallery in the world, YellowKorner, which has over 150 worldwide locations. I personally conduct many workshops and tours each year in a variety of places, which I thoroughly enjoy doing. I love showing people the wonders of nature I have found and sharing with them the special relationship photography can have with all around us. My business in photography as well as all my life is designed around the principle and everlasting desire to get 'out there' as much as I possibly can. You won't find me on Facebook, blogs, Google+, Twitter, forums or any other form of social media I haven't heard of yet that will be all the rage tomorrow. I am simply too busy when I have to be near a computer, and I enjoy some peace and quiet away from it all the rest of the time far too much. I'll apologize in advance.
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