Weddings: I don’t do many of these, because it allows me to engage with full soul with the ones I do. Here’s are a couple of contenders for favorite photo of 2014. A beautiful, legal wedding in San Francisco’s City … Continue reading
I’m very excited to start a new mini-project celebrating unique landscapes and people’s connection to them. I will create a file that includes a bit of a description of the place, a photo of the place (of course), and a monthly calendar!
The first one, December 2012, is a celebration of quiet and peaceful places among a matrix of urban areas. The Mt. Hamilton Range, east of San Jose, is just that place. A number of private landowners have helped preserve this dramatic landscape filled with true wild-ness, aka wilderness!
I’m excited to be offering 13 slides from the Conservation:Humans Required project that I’ve been working on over the years. This set of slides is particularly exciting to present to the Bay Area conservation professionals who will be attending a sold out seasonal gathering by the Bay Area Open Space Council at the David Brower Center in Berkeley. The BAOSC is a fantastic organization that makes great things happen in the conservation world. Thanks to Annie and Ryan for this opportunity.
These slides come from the heart as I want to inspire a new wave of conservation minded humans who see knowledge and commitment as an answer to habitat degradation. Many of these photos depict places I am attached to as an ecologist, hiker, photographer, or just a philosopher. All scenes are less than 150 miles from home. All scenes feel like home…
Here’s a one slide of the show. It should be fun and I hope to make some strong connections with new friends.
12,000 vertical feet.
3 major Bay Area landmark summits.
This is Alt.
I often get asked why I do weddings. I mean after all, conservation and nature photography comes a far cry from gowns and bouquets. Or does it.
Bikes. Are. Rad.
That’s all there really is to say about these two-wheeled creatures. They’re stylish, sleek, hardy, solid little engineered chunks of steel that provide a unique experience. They are THE way to travel over land in my perspective. I wish I could do all my field work on bike.
This is a little project in which I got to do quite a bit of it via two wheels.