Photojournalist Klaus BO: Circling the globe in search of death

It was a great honor recently to work with Danish documentary photographer Klaus Bo on a new piece for Lensculture. His “Dead and Alive” effort is one of the most unique and passion-driven projects I’ve ever covered. I hope you’ll take a moment to quiet your day and read his story. Continue reading Photojournalist Klaus BO: Circling the globe in search of death

Painting with the brush of language

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”   ― Leonardo da Vinci I’m thrilled to share my publishing news here again as the pre-sale period comes to a close soon on March 6. My new full-length collection of poetry, “An Unwavering Horizon” published by Finishing Line Press is now available for pre-order here: … Continue reading Painting with the brush of language

Wish List! Phoblographer announces Editor’s Choice Awards

“Each year, we round up our favorite products for our Editor’s Choice List specially geared towards photographers. The year 2019 felt almost like a Photokina year when it comes to new products being released. Crazily enough, that festival didn’t happen, however every camera manufacturer is clearly trying harder than ever to get a piece of a market that is becoming more and more niche. And, … Continue reading Wish List! Phoblographer announces Editor’s Choice Awards

Lighthouses & Lifting Fog

Yesterday was full of exploring and note-taking all along Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula, from lighthouse walks to a visit to the World Kite Museum (home of the Washington State International Kite Festival) near the Long Beach boardwalk, craft brew tasting at my friends Erik & Michelle’s amazing North Jetty Brewing, a rich meal of fresh-caught halibut prepared by top chef Michael Lalewicz at The Depot … Continue reading Lighthouses & Lifting Fog

Ocean in View!

Sometimes the best adventures are close to home. This weekend, I’m headed to beautiful Long Beach Peninsula in Southwest Washington state (my home state), where American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark saw the Pacific Ocean for the first time at Station Camp. “In November of 1805, the U.S. Corps of Volunteers for Northwest Discovery, led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, reached the mouth … Continue reading Ocean in View!

WorldWide! Celebrating the World’s Image Makers

A new series of posts from stories written for WorldWide Magazine Continue reading WorldWide! Celebrating the World’s Image Makers