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Going to Church, Photographing LAX

Beauty is not the first word that comes to mind when one thinks of Los Angeles International Airport. Most often the first word you’re going to think of is explicit, four letters long, and is immediately followed by the mental gymnastics that one must perform when they figure out the optimal time to leave in […]

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On Assignment with Arquitectonica

Over the past few months, I’ve had the good fortune to photograph roughly 35 projects by Arquitectonica, the Miami, Florida, based architecture firm known for iconic projects such as American Airlines Area, Brickell City Centre, the Lima Airport, Atlantis Miami (Hello, Miami Vice!) and many more. Arquitectonica has projects across the entire US and around […]

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Photographing Brickell City Centre in Miami, FL

Over the last six months I’ve been traveling regularly to Miami, FL, to photograph the new Brickell City Centre development. Spanning over six acres spread across five city blocks, the project is absolutely enormous in scale. With multiple high-rise office buildings, residential buildings, hotels, and an open-air mall with retail and dining space, there is […]

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The Making of Airportraits: Chasing Planes Around The World

I just spent nearly two years of my life photographing airplanes and airports. It wasn’t two years straight with no interruption, but it did occupy a good deal of my waking hours. Even if I wasn’t photographing airports or airplanes, I was planning how I was going to photograph them, making arrangements to photograph them, […]

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“Eyes Aloft: The Sublimity of Plane Spotting” published in Virginia Quarterly Review

Over the past couple of years I’ve been working to photograph airports all over the world, and a large part of that project involves photographing aviation enthusiasts who line the edges of runways with their cameras pointed skyward. Known as planespotters, these enthusiasts have actually played a very interesting part in our world economy, exposing movements […]

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Final Approach: The hidden art of aviation

While the year has been full of projects both personal and commissioned, I haven’t had much of a chance to update the blog recently. After a total website revamp that took the site out of commission for a few months, a personal project that doesn’t want to end (though is getting close!) and a two-month […]

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A long way from Los Angeles

I have not written much at all on here, which I simultaneously regret and also enjoy. I had one of the most productive summers of my life, so am loathe to say that I was ‘too busy’ to write up here, because I believe people who say they’re busy just can’t manage their time properly […]

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LA AIRSPACE Kickstarter: Halfway done, 86% funded!

I have neglected the blog on this site for the past month, which is rather unfortunate, considering all that has been going on! I recently decided that the time was right to wrap up and publish my work featuring the city of Los Angeles as photographed from a helicopter. The project is named LA AIRSPACE […]

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Architectural Photography Q+A With University of Lancashire Student

I recently received an email from a student at the University of Lancashire in Preston, England, asking for a few minutes to answer some questions for a report he’d been working on. What I initially thought would be a five-minute email ended up turning into an hour-long type-a-thon! The student asked some wonderful questions and […]

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Wine Country Pre-Fab with BluHomes in Healdsburg

Apologies for the lack of blogging lately! I haven’t been in Los Angeles much at all, with trips to San Francisco, NYC, Dubai, Mexico and somewhere else that I forget, it’s just been an absolutely manic yet totally exciting winter for me.  At the end of 2014 I was worried that there would just be […]

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