Looking for a place to hide, atop Kloshe Nanitch Fire lookout.
Between the wind and lack of supplies, our tarp systems can get pretty wild on these trips. A couple great friends taking shelter from the rain.
I'm very excited to be shooting colour film again. Trying to find my niche with new film companies is always exploratory. 35mm bxw with natural light will always be my favourite to shoot, but it's good to bounce around to learn something new or old, even if it's digital once in a while... Video is my next big shift!
I am so proud of my girlfriend Rachel for getting accepted into Med School today at Bastyr University for Naturopathic medicine! Among many things, Rachel is my number one teacher when it comes to learning about the complex web of body, mind, and soul. Cannot wait to see where you go from here. Congratulations. xo.
Like the morning before, Michael is the first one out the door before the cold sun rises. With his leather boots, waders, fishing rod, net, and pocket size tackle, he walks down a live railroad track to a pool of water he's discovered on Google earth. Three years ago Micheal came across a crossroad choice in his life when he was offered a full time job at a big time surf magazine in San Diego and got accepted into a masters program North of the boarder. After spending a few months in Peurto Escondido, Mexico with some of California's youngest big wave riders Michael decided he wanted to do something more academic with his life then chase the natural and artificial, highs and lows that came with surfings culture, and enrolled in the Behavioral Neoroscience program.