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CrossFit Belmont, CA

CrossFit Belmont, CA

A gallery of images shot at CrossFit Vis Performance in Belmont, CA, owned by Tuan Nguyen. The coolest part about this gym is the friendly encouragement from the coaches and members. You’ll find not just newbies but competitive athletes here putting in their work. All of them seem to obey the first house rule at Continue Reading

Fitness Shoot in Half Moon Bay | LifeTrak

Fitness Shoot in Half Moon Bay | LifeTrak

LifeTrak is a California based company specializing in wearable technology for athletes. With a new product launch and app interface geared towards running, cycling, swimming, working out and recovery, I was commissioned to do a lifestyle fitness shoot at locations in Half Moon Bay, CA. Below are a few selections and outtakes for the campaign. Continue Reading

Tearsheet: Canadian Cycling Magazine

Tearsheet: Canadian Cycling Magazine

Tearsheet: Canadian Cycling Magazine. “Ride In The Redwoods” The May issue of Canadian Cycling Magazine features the work of a long time cyclist and Bay Area photographer (me). Included is a series feature on cycling in Palo Alto, CA. In addition, the issue includes outtakes for a piece on nutrition. No word on whether I Continue Reading

Cycling Running & Fitness For Magellan GPS

Cycling Running & Fitness For Magellan GPS

Athletes in these photos include Eric Clarkson, Tommy Zaferes, Josh Bjornstad, & Elle Washburn. Photographed for a Magellan GPS product launch at trail running and cycling locations near Santa Cruz, CA. Tearsheets are included from advertising spots in Triathlete Magazine. Production and art direction by Judi Oyama of Maximum Impact Design. click to enlarge tearsheet Continue Reading

Cycling In Palo Alto

Cycling In Palo Alto

 Cycling up Old La Honda, a classic climb in Palo Alto, CA. My first bike was a yard sale gem. It had 20″ wheels and the forks were raked out like a motorcycle chopper. I was crushed when the cranks broke. It was a repair that cost as much as a new bike. The only Continue Reading