The Winter of Our Content

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Ōmisoka, or Kwanzaa, I come bearing gifts for the whole lot of you!

It’s the photographic equivalent of stocking stuffers, menorahs, and Amazakes.

Skim or go slowly. But whatever you do, enjoy the photos and the blessings of the holiday season.

Travel photography

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Prophetic Blue
Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in Iceland

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Play-Dreaming
My daughter Paige found a place of her own in a birch grove in Iceland

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Alpenglow
Half Dome at twilight, where I battled other heathen photographers for room to shoot

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Fog
Sky Camp at Point Reyes National Seashore

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Topped Myself
A reflection in the Upside Down, Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden

Corporate photography

Family photography

Fine art portrait photography

When you take portraits of ballerinas for use in applications to ballet companies worldwide, implied nude photography is the name of the game.

Honorable mention in the fine art photography category goes to…

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Yep, it’s a non sequitur. But it’s a warm and tasty one this holiday season.

Speaking of non sequiturs, I love you.

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