ALEXCAZANDRIA MARIE

I really love how the opportunities present themselves at Burning Man. This day I was riding along by myself on my bike. I’m on the hunt for shiny things or flowing fabric. I’m also looking for models who are out dressed up and posing. I came across Alex as she was having her photo taken by her boyfriend with his …

FERTILITY TWO POINT O

What’s up everybody? Have you missed me? I know you have. 😉 My email has absolutely been blowing up asking when I was going to post again. Well, that day has come, my friends. You may have seen this one before on other outlets, but I’ve never put it here on my blog. I just love the interactive metal sculptures …

RELEASE THE KRAKEN

Here’s another photo from this year’s Burning Man. I’m presenting this art not how it appeared on playa. Originally, it was surrounded with a fence of sorts that had cranks to make the mechanical squid move it’s tentacles. It was a pretty time consuming undertaking, but I’m happy with the results. I removed tiny sections at a time in order …

RADICAL MADNESS

This year’s burn was absolutely incredible. I took thousands of pictures and I’m having a blast really getting into them. This is one of my favorites so far. I was caught in a late night white out that came out of nowhere. I loved it. I would ride blindly into the abyss until arriving upon an incredible work of art. …

UBER STRANGE

I often like to find double meanings in my photos and titles. This photo to me is so odd. If you didn’t know the location was Burning Man, you’d probably be wondering what the heck is going on here. This was during one of the massive mid-week dust storms. While lots of people go for cover, I like to head …

A VISIT TO GALATEA

Mono Lake is one of my favorite places that I’ve visited in my short photography career. It’s what I imagine a landscape on another planet would be like. It’s a large, shallow saline soda lake in Mono County, California, formed at least 760,000 years ago as a terminal lake in an endorheic basin. The lack of an outlet causes high …

AMBROSIA

Being camped at Champagne Lounge in the Middle of Black Rock City certainly has its advantages. There are tons of people that walk down our street “Rod’s Road.” I was able to just hang out under our shade until someone who caught my eye walked by and I would go ask them for a photo. This chick looked totally cool. …

DREAM

The Dream sculpture by Laura Klimpton and Jeff Schomberg. This beautiful piece graced the playa this summer, but found it’s home just a few miles from my house here in Arlington, Texas. I love that there is a piece of the playa so close!