NFR 2012 Promo Wall Wrap

Here I am, standing next to my largest non-billboard print to date. Didn't check the exact dimensions, but it's about 15'x11'.  The image behind me is from the NFR 2012 promo campaign for LVE, featuring 2 time world-champion steer-wrestler, Dean Gorsuch and the Las Vegas skyline.  Next time you visit the Thomas & Mack Center is Las Vegas, NV you can see it on the left hand side of the main entrance to the concourse.

Here I am, standing next to my largest non-billboard print to date. Didn't check the exact dimensions, but it's about 15'x11' (As a frame of reference, I'm 6'4").  Next time you visit the Thomas & Mack Center is Las Vegas, NV you can see it on the left hand side of the main entrance to the concourse.

The image behind me is from the NFR 2012 promo campaign for LVE, featuring 2 time world-champion steer-wrestler, Dean Gorsuch and the Las Vegas skyline.

SNSCRN

One of my favorite conceptual shoots from this year was for a chillwave artist known as SNSCRN.  He's relatively underground, but only 16 and absolutely talented!!  If you like chilled out instrumental hip-hop in the vein of Clams Casino, you definitely need to check him out [posted a video below].  I was asked to shoot a washed out and trippy portrait that conveyed his style of music.  We scouted a location with this great sun graffiti and I went crazy with a LensBaby and double exposing different focus points.  These were both captured in camera like this, and had very minor post-processing.

Mirror Man

Along with all the commercial shoots I've been booked on this year, I rarely find the time for personal shoots anymore.  But when I do, I try to make it count!  I think this recent shoot with Steve MacWithey and his amazing mirror suit was definitely worth it!  The combination of sunset color and reflective wardrobe, really compliment the twisted architecture of the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.

Sustainable Data From Digital Research: Book Cover

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One of my photos was used on the cover of another textbook.  ‘Sustainable Data From Digital Research‘ from the University of Melbourne is focused on digital methods for recording information in fieldwork-based disciplines, such as linguistics, musicology and anthropology.

The photo is from the Prasanna Virupaksha Temple in Hampi, India and was digitally manipulated to show a stream of 0′s and 1′s representing the evolution of research data to a digital format.

This is an masters level educational textbook, but if it’s your field and you have any interest in ordering it, you can do so here.