Looking for the perfect shot to illustrate your article?
I've worked with editors over the past decade to deliver high-impact images that grab the reader's eye and draw them into the story. I shoot with a bold color palette inspired by the Fujichrome Velvia and Kodachrome days of National Geographic and adventure / travel photographers like Galen Rowell.
I gave up slide film years ago and shoot exclusively in the Camera RAW format now, but I always strive for the 'film look' when developing my digital images in Lightroom and Photoshop. So if you love that classic color palette and want to illustrate your article with an eye-catching photo spread, just send an e-mail and I'll get back to you right away.
I converted to an exclusive digital workflow in 2005 so I can deliver your shot in whatever format / spec you need for your publication either by e-mail or FTP. I've recently had my best 35mm Fujichrome Velvia slides scanned on a Noritsu Film Scanner and converted to a high-resolution digital format.
My goal is to make your photo editing work as easy as possible and help you deliver the perfect photo to your art director / graphic designer without hassle and a lot of back and forth administrative e-mails.
I look forward to working with you, just send an e-mail to let me know how I can help.
If you'd like to talk about your upcoming photo needs, just send an e-mail and I'll get back to you right away.
|Clown fish portrait: This photo originally appeared in National Geographic's 'Earth Pulse' special edition issue|
|Spinner dolphins underwater: Island Hopping in the Philippines|
|Ticao Island fisherman: On assignment for travel magazine.|
|Apo Island beach: Travel magazine|
|Visayan sunset for destination article|
|Tropical beach scene: Siargao Island|
|Apo Island beach resort and Boluarte Rocks: Philippine Travel Magazine article|
|Indian desert camel trek: In-flight magazine article|
|One of Bali's perfect waves: Destination magazine article|
|In-flight magazine destination feature|
|Bali surfing: Feature article photos|
|Philippines surf travel: In-flight article|
|Apo Island beach sunset photo: Destination travel feature article|