As we make our way out of Yosemite I am amazed of how much forest we drove through. When I think of California, its beaches and palm trees that come to mind, not towering mountains and acres upon acres of forest, but it turns out
Last year I discovered a new obsession. Well it isn’t so new to me, as the stars and the night sky always have fascinated me, but photographing the Milky Way was new to me last year and I completely fell in love with it. As winter began and the Milky Way fell out of a good spot to photograph I was forced to stop chasing it. But here we are another year
Last year, I joined an amazing online community known as the Arcanum. An online community for photographers to learn and grow with help from established, professional photographers, the Arcanum is something, I believe, every photographer should experience. The Arcanum is worldwide which makes it very exciting to meet and talk to people from the other side of the world or even people in your backyard. The experience and friendships formed are some I will never forget. In order to promote this new wonderful community, Trey Ratcliff, one of the founding photographers,
Ever since I have discovered Moab, Utah I have wanted to photograph it in the Winter. The snow against the red rocks, arches, and Moab’s amazing landscape’s have been calling my name ever since I saw the first picture of it. I have made a few attempts in the past, but have come up empty. This year, in the year of the El Nino, it was going to happen. The winter scenes from Moab were all over social media and I knew I had to get up there.