The Snow piles scattered around Chicago really intrigued me, their organic shapes contrasted with the rigid structures of the city.
The empty streets of Chicago in these 30 photos during the very cold last two days of 2020 are stark contrasts between eerie and beautiful.
The White Christmas in Holland, Michigan was so beautiful this year. Check out the photos I made of that magical day.
The Indianapolis “World’s Largest Christmas Tree” is 284 feet tall. But, the Christmas tree is actually not a Christmas tree…
Stargazing at Copper Breaks is amazing and so is photographing the Milky Way Galaxy there due to the low amounts of light pollution.
These abstract photos of the Gateway Arch explore the unique texture and shape of the arch and its relationship with the sky.
The Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee is where we visited to honor Martin Luther King Jr. while maintaining social distancing.
The airboat tour was such a great experience, I loved every minute of it, I brought my GoPro and recorded this fun video of the tour.
The Everglades trails are beautiful and full of life. I even ventured off the trails into the wildlife capture some amazing nature photos.
Santa Fe, New Mexico’s pueblo-style adobe architecture and beautiful landscapes made it one of the prettiest places I’ve ever visited.
Route 66 Midpoint is a sad and interesting fading relic of a bygone era In Adrian, Texas, an era the proceeds me by many decades.
San Diego, California is definitely one of my favorite cities in the U.S., on this trip I hung out at Ocean Beach And Balboa Park.
Holland, Michigan is such a pretty town with a lot of beautiful sights and things to do, perfect for take some really creative photos.
Chicago, Illinois is a massive city of incredible architecture, art, and people everywhere you go, the possibilities are endless.
Venice Beach, California, skaters, surfers, and graffiti artists shot on analog film with a Hasselblad 500CM, a vintage medium format camera.
The 2018 Barefoot Mardi Gras Parade at Whitecap Beach on Padre Island in Texas happened on a very foggy day, it was a very unique experience.
Corpus Christi, Padre Island, and the USS Lexington photos and drone video from my recent visit to Texas coast.
The total solar eclipse was watched by tens of thousands of people in Carbondale, Illinois, these are some analog portraits I made of them.
Martin Township’s countryside is full of beautiful rolling farmlands and pastures and 100-year-old Dutch-style homes and gambrel barns.
New York City street photography is very famous and iconic, the possibilities are endless, I finally had my opportunity to do some of my own.