I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013. I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013. I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013. I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013. I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013. I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013. I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013. I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature
At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

 August 2013 - December 2013.

I’ve been holding back on posting this body of work for months, but I’ve finally settled on how I want to display these pieces, so I am now happy to share it with you all:

Humans in Nature

At the end of 2012, I had an epiphany: humans and nature are one. I realized this wandering the polluted streets of New York City. I watched people throw their garbage on the ground, throw recyclable items into trashcans, tear down trees to construct more multi-million dollar apartment buildings, and I saw how blatantly disrespecting the Earth was just a part of every day life. I thought about what caused humans to detach almost entirely from nature.  I kept asking myself, “When did we, as a society, put our walls up? Are we really that egocentric?”
With a camera and a big idea, I decided to create a portrait series that challenges the complex relationship between humans and nature. The process and end results of creating this work have validated that there is a universal inter-connectedness between humans and nature that we can ignore, but not deny. Humans in Nature is an in-depth exploration of a complex, multi-faceted relationship that humans have with nature.

August 2013 - December 2013.
Images from Oakland’s First Friday.

April 2014. Images from Oakland’s First Friday.

April 2014. Images from Oakland’s First Friday.

April 2014.
I’ll go wherever the wind blows, wherever this road may take me.

Images of Northern California.

January 2014. I’ll go wherever the wind blows, wherever this road may take me.

Images of Northern California.

January 2014. I’ll go wherever the wind blows, wherever this road may take me.

Images of Northern California.

January 2014. I’ll go wherever the wind blows, wherever this road may take me.

Images of Northern California.

January 2014.
Long overdue photographs from Treasure Island.
November 2013. Long overdue photographs from Treasure Island.
November 2013. Long overdue photographs from Treasure Island.
November 2013. Long overdue photographs from Treasure Island.
November 2013. Long overdue photographs from Treasure Island.
November 2013.
Northern California.

January 2014. Northern California.

January 2014. Northern California.

January 2014. Northern California.

January 2014. Northern California.

January 2014.
Christmas Exodus.

January 2014. Christmas Exodus.

January 2014.
Foggy Manhattan Winters.

January 2014. Foggy Manhattan Winters.

January 2014.