Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Sunday, July 19, 2015
Idaho Backcountry Discovery Route in ADVMoto Magazine
Going through stack of mail and found the Idaho BDR story in July/August issue of ADVMoto Magazine. Lost towns, helicopter rides, and... potential stalkers? This ride had it all...
Online at Touratech as well:
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Honda Valkyrie Ads
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Gala of Stars
Concordia University in Irvine, California has been a long time friend for whom I've been photographing events periodically over the years. One of the unique annual events they host each year is the "Gala of Stars" which has featured speakers such as actor Dean Jones, TV personality Stephanie Edwards, and this year, artist Gerald Brommer.
A personal highlight this year, was having Mr. Brommer pause mid-shoot to chat with me about his experience working with the renown architectural photographer Julius Shulman. Working with singular people like this, results in singular conversation.
...side note: the AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G ED VR II is an amazing lens.
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As the event progressed, a mural was created in real-time during the musical
During the event, multiple artists scattered throughout the campus, created individual panes for this mural, which was assembled on stage only after the event had begun. A wonderful concept, demonstrating impressive skill, and heartfelt inspiration.
Monday, April 6, 2015
BMW S 1000 RR with Lyle Lovett and Roland Sands
BMW Motorrad unveiled their 2015 S1000RR Superbike to the world in style at what is arguably the premiere motorsports venue in North America - The Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. As the city filled up for SXSW, the invited journalists and guests were shuttled out of the fray to enjoy a private event at this massive facility. A three-minute edit of video I shot that day was recently released by BMW:
BMW S 1000 RR COTA PRESS LAUNCH from mybmw on Vimeo.
Online review at Ultimate Motorcycling:
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Close Enough web series live!
The new web series just went live! Fun, goofy stories of simple adventures that never quite go to plan...
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Idaho Backcountry Discovery Route
The IDBDR film just premiered in Idaho to a sold-out venue! Those who were able to get in saw a cross-section of Idaho seldom traveled by anyone other than the most intrepid adventurer. Sparse population and ample land equals seemingly endless opportunity for backcountry exploration. Idaho more than met the challenge of providing a fantastic environment for the dualsport motorcycle adventurer.
Sellout crowds at the premiere:
Terrain both getting to the start, and shortly after crossing the border:
There was a log challenge I did have to deal with on the big BMW.
My cameras, computer, camping, and all other gear for the trip is loaded on the bike in this photo. Lot of weight to toss over this thing, but everything worked out great: