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Awesome video from the great people at Alaska House who made my printed promo piece of Nepal. They did a really incredible job. If you would like one sent to you please contact my agent, Maria Avitabile.
But no worries, cause I got a new blogpost up! One of my images from the Gobi Desert, Mongolia is included in the winners gallery for the 2013 PDN World in Focus contest. ALWAYS excited when my personal work makes … Continue reading
If you’re flying British Airways this December, look out for a 5 page travel story on Sri Lanka that I shot! It was crazy hot, crowded, and I loved it!
I was away for 4 weeks traveling and work (everyday) on my personal work. Got to meet tons of new people, everyday was it’s own adventure, and I even ended up doing a pro-bono shoot for a great foundation based … Continue reading
Just had one of my images from a personal project shot I shot while in the Gobi desert in Mongolia printed in the Jan/Feb issue of Afar magazine. There is something extremely gratifying when you are able to get any … Continue reading
Just got back from Japan, fresh with jetlag and images to go through. One of the most beautiful countries in the world, with a culture like no other. I’m proud to say I’ve visited Japan 5 times over the past … Continue reading
Just came back from a great few days visiting Amsterdam. I’ve travelled there several times over the years and I’m always impressed on how atheistically beautiful the city and architecture is. Mix that with amazing fall weather, the incredibly friendly … Continue reading
Back from an amazing adventure through Sri Lanka, I’ve made it back home to NYC. What to say about Sri Lanka… It was hot, crowded, everyday was a new adventure… My kind of place. From the ubiquitous presence of the … Continue reading
I’m fresh from a incredible adventure (and personal project) in the Gobi desert in Mongolia en route to my next destination, Sri Lanka. The first thing I would like to say is the Mongolian Nomadic people I had the opportunity … Continue reading