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⚠︎ Covid-19 Update

⚠︎ Covid-19 Update

The way we used to work is a thing of the past (for now). Luckily a photo crew can work together while maintaining a safe distance. To make this applicable for working on set I will be adopting policies and guidances endorsed by trade groups within the commercial photo and film production industries. See full post for more Continue Reading

Portfolio | Motorsports and Automotive Photography

Portfolio | Motorsports and Automotive Photography

After years. And years. And years. I finally sat down and created a portfolio of motorsports and automotive photography. This collection comes from some playoff-level assignments shot for various clients including: Audi sportscar experience, Mercedes-Benz, Motorcyclist Magazine, Porsche, Simraceway, and more. There will certainly be new trophies added and replacements to the portfolio over time. So far these are my all-stars. Continue Reading

Video: Chef Trent Page | Whole Foods Market

Video: Chef Trent Page | Whole Foods Market

Ducks, hens, and ribs. Here is a promotional video we shot with Chef Trent Page showcasing a rib roast, spiced duck, and a mustard herb game hen available at Whole Foods Markets in Northern California. Despite not wanting to be in front of the camera, Trent helped us knock out (4) videos in only a… Continue Reading

Cycling In Palo Alto, CA

Cycling In Palo Alto, CA

Palo Alto Bicycles is one of the oldest bike shops on the west coast. Below are some outtakes from a photo shoot with the staff of Palo Alto Bicycles. The Northern California roads look pretty good and so does the shop’s new apparel. Continue Reading

Driscoll Ranch Rodeo. La Honda, CA

Driscoll Ranch Rodeo. La Honda, CA

I learned to shoot sports action by practicing, and by shooting rodeos in the Bay Area. The Driscoll Ranch Rodeo in La Honda near Half Moon Bay was a great event for several years. In 2013 the ranch was purchased by the Peninsula Open Space Trust and is now part of the La Honda Open Space Preserve. Maybe someday the rodeo will come back, but I wouldn’t bet on it until at least the Knicks make it to a conference finals.  For now it’s open to hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. Continue Reading