Colorado. Where else can you hike to a 12,000-foot hut one morning, take an 1800’s-era steam-powered train the next, and ply the sheer vertical cliffs of purple-hued mountains the day after?
Alaska magazine photo story and cover Do what you love. If you embark on a personal project that truly interests you and stretches your limits – your passion and energy will shine through and good things will happen! That was the case for … Read More
This time a year ago I was driving across the Oregon/Washington border and steadily making my way north. My destination was Alaska and I spent the better part of three months there exploring its vast and incredible landscape. I’m thrilled to … Read More
This month out in the Anza Borrego desert east of San Diego, I steered myself into the middle of an impromptu gathering of full-time RV travelers. These were not natives of the region, but in fact they were quite the … Read More
I’m super excited to be working with the folks at Velo Press in Boulder, Colorado. It’s always great to have an excuse to travel back to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. I flew out earlier in the week to shoot … Read More
Dawson City, Yukon These two unlikely hitchhikers were stranded on a rather seedy and remote section of the Klondike Highway north of Whitehorse in the Yukon interior. With charm like this, how could we resist giving them a lift? We … Read More
Aguirre Springs Campground, New Mexico “I used to be a presidential bodyguard. Nixon, Ford, Johnson. Two tours in Vietnam. I’ve been rich more times than I can count, and I’ve pissed it all away. That’s okay, it was fun. I’ve … Read More