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Rubbish Renewed Portraits

One of my goals this year is to experiment with different lighting setups and to make more portraits. I feel like for a while now I’ve been using the same basic umbrella or softbox as a main light with the occasional second light thrown in […]

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Masks and Makeup

In preparation for Halloween last week, I made the rounds looking for folks getting into the holiday spirit. The ScareGrounds, a local haunted house production, let me watch as they transformed their space and as the actors prepared for a night of frightening visitors. The […]

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Sled Dogs

Sled Dogs

It’s hard to sit inside when it’s 50 degrees and sunny in March, so I took advantage of a beautiful Sunday and went out to a local sno-park to watch some dog sled racing. A local organization hosted a weekend of races of varying length […]

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First Few Weeks

First Few Weeks

I’m enjoying work and life so far in Bend, my new home. I’ve mainly been shooting features and portraits, but overall a good variety of subjects. Here’s a selection of photos from the stories and assignments I’ve covered in my first month, as well as […]

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All-Area

For several years now, I’ve photographed All-Area high school athletes of the year for work. It’s usually a collaborative project between photographers and sports writers where we brainstorm a theme/idea/concept and illustrate it through portraits of athletes picked as the best in the region. Last […]

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Veteran

Veteran

One of the cool things about being a photojournalist is that you meet a lot of interesting people, but it’s frustrating that often you only have a few minutes with them. This was the case when I went to photograph Dwaine Anderson, a WWII vet. […]

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