I went on a quick walk through downtown Phoenix with my wide-angle lens, remembering that the best way to see any city is on foot.
Living in the Desert Southwest, one doesn’t have to go far to find some of the most breathtaking landscapes this great country of ours has to offer. These were taken on the outskirts of Tucson, AZ.
Phoenix hosted a Gaelic sports event, bringing in Hurling and Irish Football players from Flagstaff, Tucson, and San Diego for a sporting weekend.
I was fortunate to cover Charles Bradley a few years back. Charles was the real deal, a man with immense talent and an even bigger heart. Rest in Peace brother.
I’ve been very fortunate to have covered many of my favorite bands and musicians over the years. It started with seeing photographers working concerts and being envious they were able capture the experience in a way that was uniquely their own, the way they saw it. I was lucky enough to meet some of the right people and worked hard enough to be able to do this myself as a creative outlet.
The following is a small collection of some of my favorites. Enjoy!
As part of a weekly photography challenge (52Frames), I was assigned a photographer, Karine Laval (Poolscapes) to attempt her style of photography. This ended up being a really fun exercise that produced way more cool images than I anticipated. I did not know Karine’s photography prior to this exercise, but it’s pretty unique.
Nothing inspires me as a photographer more than traveling. My family’s recent trip to the Emerald Isle was everything I wanted it to be and more. Enjoy!