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Costumed Cross 18

The Cyclocross Crusade Halloween races in Bend are a staple of the annual series. It’s been a few years since I last photographed this colorful, wacky event, so I was eager to revisit it and look for some different shots than I’ve come back with […]

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Beer Yoga

While beer generally pairs well with most things in life, I was skeptical how it would go with something requiring balance and flexibility like yoga. Nevertheless, I was excited to photograph Bend Beer Yoga for 1859 Magazine, and see what happens when you mix drinking […]

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Hauling with Hooves

Over the course of a few months around the end of the year, I spent some time shooting an essay on Bob, a horse logger, and his Suffolk Punch draft horse Harry. Once a staple of farming, logging, and industry, horses have been replaced over […]

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Rubbish Renewed Rehearsal

The Rubbish Renewed eco fashion show features outfits constructed from items destined for the garbage can, or from previously used and discarded materials. In its fifth year, the event is a fundraiser for a local charter school, and a number of students as well as […]

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Adler

Adler

I spent some time recently with a little guy named Adler. I first met he and his family for a story a reporter at The Bulletin had been working on about kids using technology to better communicate. Adler, a nine-year-old, was born with a combination […]

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