Current Projects

These are a few of my current Photo projects I'm working on


Metolius Tea

I'm currently working on redeveloping all of the tea imagery for Metolius Tea, a Bend Oregon based tea company that hand blends all their teas, buys from family oriented tea farms and works toward sustaining a socially and environmentally conscience business. Check them out at

We wanted to show the tea a bit more graphically but also be able to stay consistent across multiple tea ingredients. We haven't committed to showing a brewed example, but it shows how beautiful the brewed tea color is even when the dried tea has little or no color.



GMT Games

I've been working with GMT Games, based in Hanford California, over the past year. We've been shooting their amazing catalog of games for a new website, social media and online presence. Their game titles are a model of artistic and intellectual craftsmasnship. The project presented an interesting problem; how do you show what is essentially flat cardboard in interesting, enticing and creative ways. 

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Wild Desert

The Oregon Natural Desert Association is a wonderful non-profit organization whose sole mission is the conservation and protection of Oregon's High Desert; it's natural and cultural heritage. It's the only organization dedicated to that mission. They recently had a call out for calendar submissions and using that as a source of inspiration I'll be wandering around my home base. It's a great reason to get out to the sagebrush, juniper and tall grasses to the east.

 Photographed in the Painted Hills Oregon, at the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center 

Photographed in the Painted Hills Oregon, at the Thomas Condon Paleontology Center 


Field Trips

Launching Spring 2019!

Join me for an immersive multi-day photographic field trip into the wilds of the west 

I'm currently designing each experience and will launch signups in early Spring. Add your email below to get notified when they launch and receive 10% off your first Field Trip...


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A 19th century photo project, want to participate?  It's free!

19th century handmade photography process. Sounds a bit strange, but this is the original photographic process. Before negatives, before digital there was this, images made on a piece of glass or metal and what comes out is a one of a kind positive print. I'M STILL EXPERIMENTING IN HOW TO INCORPORATE THIS INTO MY BUSINESS, AND NEED MODELS TO SIT FOR ME...IT'S FREE!

Live in Bend Oregon and want to participate, click learn more to find out how