First camping spot on our way to Oregon to witness the 2017 total eclipse. It was dark out when we arrived here and soon after we had set up we could hear unfamiliar sounds coming from the unknown. With the bear mace on the cooler and flashlight in hand, I felt safe enough to back away and snap this shot.
Eclipse of the Heart
For three days and two nights I sat on top this mountain thinking of how I would capture something I'd never seen before. I had two minutes of totality, plenty of time to get all the shots I wanted. Yet when the time finally came and the sun went black, tears began to run down my face. I had never seen anything so beautiful, epic, or surreal in my life. The feeling was so overwhelming. I scrambled to change lenses, re-frame the shot, change settings, all while shaking uncontrolably with eyes full of water. Before I knew it the sun was peaking out the other side, it had felt like the whole thing lasted only seconds. This photo is one of only five I was able to capture. We drove over 2,000 miles to see a total eclipse and bring home this picture. I wish everyone could've been sitting there with me. This moment truly changed my life
Hiking with my parents in Killington, VT. This photo was featured in Killington's 4241 magazine.
Meet Don Robertson, the exact man I'd hoped to find in an old west coast mining town. If you're ever in Arizona be sure to check out Jerome and the Gold King Mine ghost town. Don has done an amzing job bringing the place back to life and creating a scene similar to how it once was. He's hard to miss, and if you say hello he'll tell you all about the history.
Taken at a protest against police brutality in downtown Los Angeles. Her face says it all.
Fall in Love
Photographed at my friends Jules and Lizz's wedding in Lake Tahoe, CA.
That moment when you're hanging out at the skate park in Venice Beach, CA and everything feels right.
My niece Amara being extra careful on the balance bench.
Traveling through Arizona on a week tour and had to stop in Sedona. Beautiful town with surreal scenery and great hiking trails.
Light at the Beginning
Taken on the Colonial Parkway in Williamsburg, VA. A great place to step back in time and visit colonial America.
Antelope Canyon, Navajo Nation, AZ
Acadia National Park, ME
One of my favorite places in the country. On my way to the car after a days hike in Malibu and this happens.
Night adventure to Joshua Tree National Park. At the time this was taken I had just recently moved to Los Angeles and was looking to explore. I decided to drive out to Joshua Tree but by the time I had arrived it was pitch black. I had to discover this new land one long exposure at a time. The anticipation and excitement were unimaginable.
Sands of Time
Hiking down a trail in Maui when I decided to look back, not something I often do.
A familiar look come October in New England. Taken in Maine.
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA
Monument Valley National Park
Waiting for the Sun
People gathering at Haleakala National Park in Maui to watch the sunrise, 9,740ft above sea level on top of a volcano.