In the last year, maybe 8 months, I’ve experienced another evolution of my creative vision. I’ve found that regardless of what I’m doing, be it photography, watching films, carving wood, or writing, the thread of storytelling has continued to pull at me.
A cold, grey, winter morning from Northern Minnesota revisited in the archives.
In the face of a brutal winter that threatened to ruin them, one man sought to provide food for his family to see them through. A photo essay.
It’s a special time, those first snowfalls of the year that leave us all filled with wonder.
Winter, a season made for photographic minimalism. Recently I spent some time trying to capture the quiet solitude of northern Minnesota. These are my favorite photographs from that day.
Winter. It’s cold, miserable, and depressing. The days are so short it feels like you blink and you miss them. Isn’t that the usual narrative? I’m not going to lie, winter is tough. But also so beautiful. There are these moments where the light is simply special. Light you never see the rest of the year, but while it’s there it’s amazing.
A look behind a short conceptual outdoors photo series I made a while back.
As a landscape photographer, there are very few things that get me as excited as seeing my favorite weather app light up with a frost warning for the coming morning. Here are 9 great tips for getting the best photos possible in these magical conditions!
In the last post, which you should totally check out first by clicking here, I headed out in search of shelter. Both a literal shelter that exists along a stretch of local trail and in a more intellectual way as I was struggling with my motivation and wondering why I just couldn’t seem to gain any…