I met Vimal and Lena in the crafts village of Oia on the Greek island of Santorini for a portrait shoot. The couple is front India, living in Switzerland, working for a Palo Alto Tech company. With that connection in hand to start things off we met at the break of dawn at the end […]
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Another post in the “epic adventure” theme, from my last scuba diving vacation out to Palau. I’ve long been an avid scuba diver and when combined with my professional photography business a foray into the field of underwater photography is always a wonderful and highly entertaining (if slightly frustrating) creative enterprise. I spent 2 weeks […]
Cappadocia Turkey is one of the most beautiful places I have seen, known as the hot air balloon capital of the world. I had the privileged of taking some advertising photos for the fabulous Voyager Balloon Company, based out of the small town of Göreme. Each morning hundreds of balloons rise up into the sunrise and […]
Turkey is a country with millenniums of history, and architecture, people, color and activities to make a photographer go crazy. I came to Turkey mainly for the hot air balloons of Cappadocia but had to stop off at a few other places along the way. I began in Istanbul, where the famous Blue Mosque was […]
An amazing experience on Santorini, where I came across Dimitris Kolioussis in his studio late at night. He is one of the few masters in the world practicing Icon painting, diligently restoring and replacing the old world church paintings to their stunning and vibrant appearance.
I’m back from a wonderful trip to the East Coast of Australia, starting in Sydney and then on to Cairns. Sydney is known for having the best (and one of the first) New Year’s Eve fireworks events in the world, with over 1.4 million tourists, myself included, coming to the city of just over 4 […]
I’m recently back from the Eastern Sierra Nevada, Death Valley, and the White Mountains. It was a wonderful camping trip, VERY cold and windy, and a good chance to put my camera to use outside of the wedding context. One of my favorite stops was the Bristlecone Pine forrest in the White Mountains. Truly a […]