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Honey Hole

My first photo in a magazine was a self-portrait, hand pulling a lead rope up a limestone cave in So. Arizona. Outside Magazine Sept 2002. It took two more years to get my first real editorial assignment, a week-long junket for the magazine Hooked on the Outdoors. Armed with my ...

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Social Media Blitz for the Water Documentary

  Check out our website www.whoownswater.org and our Flickr feed for the Who Owns Water documentary. Filmmakers Michael and David Hanson and I have been putting together some stuff on the backend to keep the project stoked for social media:  ...

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The Most Important Tool for Doc/Adventure Photogs and Filmmakers

I've been neglecting you, poor Monkey. I promise I will bring you more updates to eat. I'll start here: I've begun shooting with Michael and David Hanson on this water documentary project, "Who Owns Water?" We've put together a website where you can follow along: www.whoownsowater.org Check out the ...

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Socks on their hands, no belt, roller skates.

 A Few Portraits from The Stone Fort, Tennessee. October 12 2012:

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Help! Help! I’m being infringed!

  Well in more dumb news, the showdown has arrived. The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) copyright infringement and-a-bunch-of-other-stuff legislation currently being debated in Congress has created a schism of sorts. It effectively pits content creators (including large media ...

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Rock/Creek’s Upchuck 50K Trail Race in Black and White

In the latest trail race video I shot for Chattanooga outdoor retailer Rock/Creek, I decided to do something a little different. The Upchuck 50K is one of the toughest trail races in the country, and in just a few years has become a cult-classic, and a sought-after hardman notch ...

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Shoshannah White – New Fine Art in Maine

New work from photographic artist Shoshannah White: "Stands of Elms" 2011, Illuminated glass sculpture 4'x4'x5.5', University of Maine, Orono   "Finding Words" 2011, Photograph 4'x4', Harriet Beecher Stowe Elementary, Brunswick, ...

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Westcott Parabolic Umbrella, A Wedding on the Coast

This April I photographed the wedding of my friends Jennifer and Daniel Luke. Photos on the beach, a lowcountry boil and cervesas at the tiki bar, and an elegant ceremony on Hilton Head Island.    ...

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Gear Review: Lowepro S&F Series

Since 1998 Lowepro has had a belt-and-vest modular carrying system for photojournalists and event photographers who needed hands-free and minimalist access to their gear in dynamic environments. With your lenses and everything strapped to you instead of in a shoulder bag, you can actually carry more stuff for longer periods ...

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A Dark Corner, Briefly Illuminated

The University of Tennessee in Knoxville is hosting an exhibit of my work all this month (November 2011). The exhibit, produced for the Visual Arts Committee, is titled "The Dark Art of Climbing Photography". UT let me pick the theme of the exhibit so I thought this would ...

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