On Monday, I finally made it to the headwaters of the Colorado River. Amy and I hiked 16 miles round trip to follow the river through Rocky Mountain National Park to its source on the Continental Divide. For the geography, hydrology, and water-policy nerds among us, it’s a really interesting place. Pointing to a single ...Read More
Huge thanks to LightHawk for getting me in the air again this weekend. I was able to photograph the Colorado River through its most remote (and beautiful) section, from Moab to Lake Powell. Photos will be added to “Draining the Colorado” shortly. Specific thanks to pilot extraordinaire Kelly who flew up from Taos for the ...Read More
I enjoyed talking with the advanced photo students at McClatchy HS in Sacramento today. It reminded me yet again of all the amazing work high school teachers everywhere are doing to keep everyone learning remotely! Thanks to Aimee Thibedau for inviting me.
Today, Burning Man featured “Welcome Home” – my project documenting the back roads of Black Rock City – on their Instagram feed. It’s an honor to be able to share this work with the larger Burning Man community for the first time.
My new Mavic 2 Pro is flying over Denver. In just a couple flights, the photographic possibilities are becoming very clear. Not just the obvious aerial perspectives, but the subtly of control for locating the camera almost anywhere… I’m so excited!