Essay: At the Edge of Everything

Mooseskin Boats and Blind Dares: Navigating Our Way Back from the Edge of Oblivion by Gina Williams We’d driven south from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada towards the Mackenzie Bison Sanctuary where the world’s largest remaining herd of wild bison roams. Of course, I’d looked at maps, but beyond Yellowknife, the provincial capital, the water-to-land ratio changes dramatically and it was difficult to see on paper … Continue reading Essay: At the Edge of Everything

Capture of the Day: Seby Scollo

Italian photographer, adventurer and conservationist Seby Scollo loves the beauty and magnificence of “Pianeta Terra” as much as I do. He lives in Catania, Italy (east coast of Sicily) where his Mt. Etna is like my Mt. St. Helens (though much more active lately) & recently captured amazing shots of an eruption. I met him in person while traveling with photographer Luca Bracali to Rome and … Continue reading Capture of the Day: Seby Scollo

Photographer Profile: Luca Bracali

FujiLove Magazine recently published an article I wrote on renowned Italian photojournalist, explorer and conservationist Luca Bracali. Over the past year, I’ve traveled the world interviewing amazing artists like Luca who are dedicated to making a difference in the world. For them, being an accomplished practitioner & commercially and/or artistically successful isn’t enough. The common denominators between them are passion and a strong desire to … Continue reading Photographer Profile: Luca Bracali

Looking for a true adventure? Look no further.

Renowned Italian photographer, journalist and explorer Luca Bracali has announced his 2017 workshop schedule, with locations including India, Norway, Namibia and Iceland, among others. I met Luca in Italy while attending the 2016 Siena International Photography Awards (SIPA) Contest event and the Siena Art Photo Travel Festival and quickly learned that not only is he a talented photographer, but extremely passionate and dedicated to his … Continue reading Looking for a true adventure? Look no further.

Orsi Polari: The Struggle of Magnificent, Fragile Creatures in a Warming World

Italian photographer Luca Bracali, who I had the great honor of meeting during the Siena Art Photo Travel Festival and Siena International Photography Awards Contest in Siena, Italy late last month, just wrapped up his reportage of the annual polar bear migration through Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. See the full National Geographic Italia piece and Bracali’s amazing images here.  For translation assistance, Reverso is a good … Continue reading Orsi Polari: The Struggle of Magnificent, Fragile Creatures in a Warming World

Inspired Natives: New Fashion Exhibit Turning Heads and Breaking Stereotypes

Walking by the Portland, Oregon USA Art Museum (PAM) recently, I had to stop to take in the gorgeous panel images advertising a new exhibit, Native Fashion Now. After reading that the show is a one-of-a-kind traveling exhibition that will be leaving Portland in September for upcoming runs in Oklahoma and NYC, I pitched the story to 1859 Magazine and was lucky enough to get … Continue reading Inspired Natives: New Fashion Exhibit Turning Heads and Breaking Stereotypes

Open Roads & Tilting Barns

As much as I enjoy exploring spectacular urban places, I also love gritty rural communities, left-behind junked cars, and the sound of wind blowing through cracked barn walls. And moonsets over hay bales that nobody sees except for me and a few truckers on a long stretch of highway. ‪#‎landscapes‬ ‪#‎wisconsin‬ ‪#‎Saskatchewan‬ ‪#‎travel‬ ‪#‎photography‬ Photos from rural Wisconsin, Tygh Valley, Oregon and Saskatchewan, Canada. Continue reading Open Roads & Tilting Barns