I was lucky to have my EyeEm photography and profile featured in their ’20 New Recommended Photographers: March 2016′. It’s amazing how this feature has increased my profile activity on EyeEm, as well as inspire me to capture and post more photos. I’ve experienced a little productivity boom in recent weeks. Just goes to show for all aspects […]
Over the holiday, I took some time to pull together some of my more recent Curbside VW Micro Bus pics (36) and assembled them into a large print that I’ve made available through Society 6. Long story short, if I see one, I take a picture of it. This has been going on since 2010. […]
Hello there, lonely blog. I hope that this simple post will encourage more posts to happen in 2016. Above are some of my favorite photos from 2015. It was a good year, I travelled to visit my parents in Ohio, enjoyed a super long warm summer here in Seattle, and I released two albums. […]
I know, it’s only August 5th. I’m not trying to rush us through the season, I haven’t posted in a long while and I thought it would be nice to celebrate the magnificent weather we’ve been having up here in the PAC NW. After all, it’s what has been keeping me from posting. […]
This is a two part post really. One part, to make note of the fantastic photo narrative service that is exposure.so, and the other to highlight Bokeh and their Pacific Northwest collection. The photo narrative is such simple and powerful way to tell stories. The exposure templates offer a range of sizing and layout that […]
I really enjoy the landscape photography by German artist and designer Andi Mayr. His color work especially has my attention. Taking notes.
Visit -> http://www.andimayr.de/
Fabien Oefner is the photographer behind the incredible images above. Currently on display at the MB&F MAD (Mechanical Art Devices) Gallery in Geneva, these images were taken of completely scale exotic automobiles, all parts hung and positioned by wire.
More images/info -> caradvice.com.au
Visit -> fabianoefner.com/
Photographer Nick Frank has a special technique and style that I really admire. His Hong Kong cityscapes are a fascinating blend of urban mass and natural landscape that somehow meld calmly together. Many more amazing images beyond the link.
Visit -> http://www.iso72.de/
The absolutely gorgeous captures above were taken by Long Island (Bethpage), NY born fine art photographer Mitch Dobrowner. His pristine black and white processing reveals every tiny detail, really showing off the power and awe inspiring beauty of each storm. Just amazing. I’d love to see his prints in person.
Visit -> mitchdobrowner.com/
This is a great collection of RV night shots taken by Washington based photographer Frank Hallam Day. The atmospheric lighting dramatically highlights the surrounding Floridian foliage in a surreal way that I really enjoy. Many more fun photos to check out beyond the link below. (via fastcodesign.com)
Visit -> frankhday.com/
After four years, Swedish House Mafia officially announced their plan to separate. This site experience is a kind of “final goodbye” featuring their remake of ‘leave the world behind’. Makes for a fantastic and memorable audio-visual treat. (via Mr. Ron)
Visit -> leavetheworldbehind.com/
Bruton Stroube // Slo-mo Booth Supercut from Bruton Stroube Studios on Vimeo.
Thiiiiiiis issssss soooo woooorth checkiiiiing ooooooooout. (via Mr. Bill)
Quality story telling, beautiful videography, thoughtfully designed and delivered, honest and genuine… moody soundtrack …all things that I personally appreciate when it comes to digital content …oh yes, and the motorcycles. (via ilovenewwork.com)
Visit -> thebuildfilm.com/
Created by -> vimeo.com/instrument
Jim Golden has taken the “things organized neatly” photography trend to a heightened artistic level with his still life series, that can be found on his portfolio site. He not only has his subject matter and styling dialed in, I find his spatial sensibilities to be absolutely pristine. Which, plucks at the heartstrings of my inner […]