Autumn Field

A very import rule in landscape photography is to always look behind you! It doesn’t matter whether I’m shooting an old barn in Vermont or a beautiful sunrise on the coast of Maine. I always take the time to stop what I’m doing and look at what is going on behind me. More times than not, … Continue reading Autumn Field

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Vermont Life Magazine

Last month I was super excited to learn that one of the images that I submitted to Vermont Life for their Autumn issue was choosen for a full page photo on page 1. For me photography is not about being published or selling my work, it is more of a creative release. It's what helps me to escape the … Continue reading Vermont Life Magazine

The Lobsterman’s Skiff

A skiff is basically a small row boat that is used to get from the beach to the lobster boat and is usually powered manually. This image is from a recent trip to the coast of Maine; which is one of my favorite coastal spots to visit. The diversity of the jagged rocky coastline, sandy … Continue reading The Lobsterman’s Skiff

Boneyard Beach

A little while back my wife and I took our son to Disney World for our family vacation. He loved it!! He had a 24/7 smile the whole time we were there. As a father, I couldn't have asked for a better vacation. As a landscape photographer, I also wanted to explore Florida's coastal landscape. … Continue reading Boneyard Beach

Still Standing

Being a photographer in Vermont certainly has its challenges; snow, and a -14° wind chill are just to name a few. But one of the best things about Vermont is its seasons and their vast diversity. Winter is by far the toughest, the cold temperatures, short daylight hours, and the overall lack of color can … Continue reading Still Standing