I shoot documentary style situations capturing the beauty in common reality.
My main focus in photography is black and white story telling.
I believe in prime lenses and mirrorless cameras.
I love film and digital.
I dabble with vintage medium format equipment.
I self-process black and white film.
My work has been featured online at Leica Fotografie International as well as other websites.
If my work moves you.... drop me a line.
I want to know which way you moved.
We arrived late and spent Thursday night at the Abner Motel in Stanton, Kentucky.
We were looking forward to a great weekend backpacking.
When we climbed into our tent on Friday night we saw a pretty big fire on the next ridge.
We didn't think much of it.
We smelled the smoke the next morning.
It was a forest fire.
The forest service woke everyone up in the middle of the night and made them pack out.
We were camping off the only trail section they didn't check.
They missed us.
Our route to our vehicle was blocked.
After doubling back several times passed Ooh La La Rock through the smoke we made it to a road.
I hitched a ride with a ranger to our car.
We then had pizza and Ale at Miguel's Pizza and Rock Climbing.
Afterwards we slept for the night on the side of the road in Daniel Boone National Forest......
true "dirtbag" style.
All images were captured with an Olympus OM-D E-M5 and Panny 20mm f1.7 v.1.