Here is a new category for my Best Of galleries. While everyone seems to know me only as a sports photographer I like to shoot pretty pics once in awhile as well. So here are some of my favorite scenery pics of 2011. Enjoy!


Posted in Aerial Photography, Best of, California, Desert, Florida, Kansas, Lightning, Scenic, weather   | 4 Comments

With the NHRA circuit down to just three races remaining, the Arizona Nationals near Phoenix would make our break the championship hopes of several professional drivers. While temperatures would exceed 100 degrees all weekend at Firebird International Raceway making for a miserable time shooting and getting down the track for drivers, it was still 20 minutes from my place so I would get to sleep in my own bed every night.


Posted in Drag Racing, Firebird International Raceway, Me, NHRA, Pocket Wizard, Racing, Remote Camera, Sports   | 9 Comments

After a few weeks of shooting only NBA and NFL it was good to get back out to a race track for what is my last motorsports event of 2010, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) finale. With the race only being a 10 minute drive from my house I gotta say I was excited for the weekend. It did not disappoint.


Posted in Aerial Photography, Firebird International Raceway, LOORRS, Off Road Racing, Racing, Sports   | 1 Comment

Usually when I know I am going to Utah I start to cry. This time though I was excited to get there as I would be shooting high flying Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) as they would be making their first ever stop at the Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, UT.


Posted in Aerial Photography, LOORRS, Me, Off Road Racing, Racing, Sports   | 6 Comments


As a photographer who works between 50-60 hours a week one thing that gets tough is taking the extra time to try unique shots. Sure sometimes it can produce something wonderful that makes it worth the extra time and effort but more often than not it doesn’t work as planned and leaves you pissed off for taking all the extra time instead of just doing the normal thing everyone else does. But in these economic times with photographers being laid off and freelance budgets drying up it is imperative to be different from the norm to survive as a photographer. Continue reading to see how hard work can sometimes pay off!


Posted in Baseball, Diamondbacks, Me, MLB, Pocket Wizard, Remote Camera, Sports   | 20 Comments

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