All posts tagged: photojournalism

Climb On

From the first time I strapped on a harness, squeezed into some tight, uncomfortable shoes, chalked up my hands, and nervously ascended a terrifyingly-high rock wall, climbing has made me feel more alive. There’s beauty in the challenging physical movement and body positions, combined with […]

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2017

My annual recap of the year’s highlights in photographs was a daunting task for 2017. The sheer number of photos – folder after folder on my computer – reminded me that, while I made a lot of pictures, I didn’t post or share many of […]

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2016

From the frosty winter landscapes of Harney County in the east, to the peak of a central Cascades volcano, I covered a lot of ground in 2016. Some of the scenes, moments, people, and places I encountered along the way:

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Hop Harvest

I paid an early morning visit to Cascade Hop Farm recently to catch some of the seasonal haul of hops. While Central Oregon doesn’t have the ideal climate and conditions to make growing hops more prevalent, it certainly has the appetite for craft beer. Now […]

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Oregon Standoff

Over three weeks ago, a group of armed protesters descended on the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Southeast Oregon with the goal of occupying the federally-owned land and facility until their sweeping demands are achieved. The group, led by Arizona businessman Ammon Bundy, wants […]

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State Wrestling 2015

High school state championships are some of my favorite sporting events to photograph. These high stakes, pinnacle of the season occurrences lead to compelling moments and emotion you don’t often see on a typical daily sports assignment. Just as the athletes get a little more […]

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