June 3, 2024

Colorado Springs for The New York Times

I photographed in Colorado Springs for 36 Hours, the weekly New York Times travel column. These jobs always show me something new about my own backyard, and I'm excited to visit again soon with my own family.

April 22, 2024

Corporate Website Update for Albedo

Working with Landscape Agency, I photographed corporate lifestyle imagery of employees at the headquarters of Colorado aerial imaging company Albedo. The photographs were used as part of a website rebrand.

March 11, 2024

Traveling Mercies GIFs

Working with Caroline Glover's new restaurant Traveling Mercies, I made GIFs of patrons and drinks at the bar.

February 5, 2024

Congressman Joe Neguse for TIME

For TIME, I photographed Representative Joe Neguse (D-Colorado), whose district included the Marshall Fire in 2021.

January 4, 2024

Roswell UFO Festival

I photographed the 75th anniversary of Roswell, New Mexico's annual UFO festival, for a story that never ended up running. The community has leaned hard into its history with a convergence of ufologists, conspiracy theorists, aliens, and sci-fi nerds each July and I had a fantastic time joining them!

January 4, 2024

Cook and social media titan Tieghan Gerard (Half Baked Harvest)

For The New York Times, I photographed Tieghan Gerard of the wildly popular Half Baked Harvest site, at her home in Colorado.

November 30, 2023

“First Snowfall” Prints Available

This photograph, originally from my series To Be Rural, is available as an open-edition print. See Categories --> Books & Prints to purchase.

November 30, 2023

Paul Cox and Brain Chemistry Labs for Fortune

I made a late fall visit to photograph Brain Chemistry Labs and founder Paul Cox in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Cox and a small team there are developing radical new approaches to Alzheimer's research and treatment. For Fortune Magazine.

November 30, 2023

Multigenerational Living for AARP

I photographed Marina Lopez Del Carril, 58, and her roommate, Adam Saucedo, 30, for a story in AARP about multigenerational living arrangements (in this case, roommates).

October 2, 2023

Chefs Caroline Glover and Brother Luck for The New York Times

I photographed portraits of two Colorado chefs, Caroline Glover and Brother Luck, for a New York Times story about how Michelin stars are awarded. Communities must pay in order to have their restaurants considered. Aurora (Caroline's restaurant Annette) and Colorado Springs (Brother's restaurant Four By Brother Luck) did not.

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