Mixed Technology

I’ve had a package of Polaroid type 59 instant 4×5 film in my fridge for five years now and decided to use it today. After picking up a set of Photojojo iPhone lenses from Doc Pop (courtesy of a Postagram contest), Kristan and I headed to Glen Canyon to have a picnic and shoot some…

200 days of 2011

This is the last major milestone in my photo-a-day project as I’m taking a break for the foreseeable future. Shooting a picture every day is tough work, and forcing myself to do it is no longer as productive and helpful as it once was.  665 days in the past two years isn’t too shabby though, if I…

Garden Photoshoot

Sometimes you just have to set up a tripod and go jump in the backyard for a while. Today was one of those days. After it stopped raining (and the mud had a bit of time to dry out), I went out back and took a few hundred pictures. Here’s a few of those: Yep….

75 days of 2011

We’re off to a good start, 2011. A trip to Sundance, a new motorcycle, time with my family, steady work, and a quick getaway to Las Vegas all have made for a pretty crazy two and a half months. I’ve managed to (mostly) keep up with my photo-a-day project (no thanks to Canon and Apple…

2010 in Pictures

2010 was a pretty awesome year for photography. I took more pictures than I ever have before (17,482 exposures) and completed my first project 365 (a photo every day). Here’s a few links and galleries:

A Story And A Picture

Do you like photography? How about short stories? What about awesome amounts of creativity? Then you should probably check out A Story And A Picture – a new collaboration with Christopher Hermelin. I take the pictures and he writes a 1000 words a few days later. It’s a good system that makes for great results.

100 Photos in 100 Days

From July – November 2009, I “made” something every day. Usually a photo, sometimes a video, but something got uploaded to Flickr daily. Here’s the full slideshow. View images individually here. Stay tuned for MSCED 2010.

A 60 Year Long Pool Party

My father recently found quite a few slides from 1948 and had them digitized for various reasons. One of those reasons probably wasn’t so that I could mess around with them with Photoshop, but I did anyway. Above is my version of my grandfather’s dive into a wonderfully blue pool. A bit different than the…