I am very proud to have the cover photo of the new 2015 Destination Cleveland Visitor's Guide! Thanks to Destination Cleveland for publishing it. Cleveland has been booming in a very positive direction over the past few years and I'm really excited to be apart of the movement. To learn more about all the exciting things happening here in Cleveland, visit; www.thisiscleveland.com
I'm really excited to finally be able to share some tear-offs from a recent ad campaign I shot for the Downtown Cleveland Alliance. These were really fun shoots that featured the owners of thriving start-up business's that currently have a downtown address here in Cleveland, Ohio. They included, Charlie Eisenstat, owner of the POUR Coffee House, Nichelle McCall, CEO of BOLD Guidance and Margie Flynn and Barbara Brown, co-founders of BrownFlynn. The print ads ran both locally and nationally in publications like, Money Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, Crains Cleveland Business News, Cleveland Jewish News, among many more.
Excited to have more Dew Tour photos published in the newest BMX Plus! Magazine! This time from the stop in Brooklyn, New York from a few months back. The contest took place at the House of Vans in upper Brooklyn and made for a great location. Here are a bunch of tear-offs from the article in the January issue of BMX Plus! Magazine. You can download a digital copy buy using their free app on iTunes by searching BMX Plus!
Every year the DCA (Downtown Cleveland Alliance) kicks off the holiday season by hosting an event in downtown Cleveland called, Winterfest. The event is an all day holiday celebration that includes a tree-lighting ceremony, fireworks, horse and carriage rides and much, much more. Traditionally the event takes place at Public Square but this year they moved it to Playhouse Square for the first-time ever and it was huge success! I was fortunate enough to be hired to photograph the event and above are some of my favorite photos from all the festivities. Enjoy!
I recently downloaded the Dec. issue of BMX Plus! Magazine and was stoked to see an article featuring my photos of the Dew Tour stop in Portland, Oregon. Here are the tear offs from the article featuring photos of Gary Young, TJ Ellis, Drew Bezanson, Dennis Enarson, Kevin Peraza, Van Homan, Ryan Nyquist, Kyle Baldock, Zack Warden and Garrett Reynolds.
Due to the high number of print requests for my landscape photos, I'm a very proud to announce they are now available for purchase directly online from the biggest retailers, Amazon, Overstock, Wayfair and Art.com! Just search for my name to find out what's available. Overstock and Wayfair have the biggest catalog collection of my images available. Some of my favorites like this one above of Iguassu Falls taken in Brazil are now available and printed on many different mediums such as, canvas, 3-piece canvas sets, floater frames, framed and matted and as removable wall art. Newer work will be available soon. Thank you all for the ongoing support and patience!
For the better part of the last decade I've been traveling around the country covering the Dew Tour series for a number of different media outlets, and for the past two years I've been fortunate enough to be shooting it for NBC (who produces the Dew Tour) as well. Most of my photos are used on the Dew Tour website itself and for their social media throughout the year. I also contribute photos to the ESPN BMX site for an online gallery and to BMX Plus! Magazine for print. Above are some tear offs from the recent issue of BMX Plus! Magazine that just published an article on the Ocean City Dew Tour stop which was the first stop of the 2014 tour. Click here to check out the gallery I also had published on ESPN.
I was recently contacted by CoverMyMeds to shoot some new head shots of their entire leadership team down in Columbus, Ohio. The main purpose of the photos is for use on their new website, which was just launched at CoverMyMeds.com. Click here to see the rest of the head shots we did. I also shot a bunch of PR shots with Co-founder and Principal, Matt Scantland. Below is one of my favorites from that series.
It's been a long road getting this new site up but I'm happy to say its finally done! It took a while mostly because I've had one heck of a busy year so far traveling and shooting assignments and haven't had a chance to sit down and dial it in. Instead of procrastinating, I've just been chipping away at it in between shoots and got it done. So here it is, please take a minute and have a look around and check out the galleries to see some of my new work. Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned right here on my blog for more soon! (Photo: Mt. Rainier from a recent trip).