Chisos Mountains Timelapse

The Chisos Mountains in Big Bend National Park is one of the most unique landscapes I’ve photographed. The area is an Oasis of green surround by miles and miles of desert. I wish I would have kept this timelapse going for another hour but I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to find my way back down to my car in the dark.

Rockville Ice Rink Timelapse

Back in January I tested out my new time lapse gear at the Ice Rink in downtown Rockville. I’m looking forward to using all my new toys in one of my favorite places, Death Valley National Park.

RIO Complex Timelapse

I tested out some new time-lapse gear in Gaithersburg a couple weeks back. I’m hoping to be able to sell similar clips as stock footage at some point.

The Youghiogheny River in 30 Seconds

I’m working on a video I shot a couple years back documenting the Youghiogheny River which flows from Silver Lake, WV to McKeesport, PA. These 30 second previews use drone footage to document the entire length of the river.

Dan and Aimee's Engagement Photos

Dan and Aimme were very creative models back in July. I don’t know where the idea to use an umbrella came from but I like it.

Nova Scotia Landscapes

I got a couple decent landscape shots while out on my honeymoon in Nova Scotia / Newfoundland. The maritimes are never as dramatic as Banff or Yosemite, but there’s something special about the North Atlantic that’s hard to capture with photography.


Skyline Drive

I got a couple good landscape shots during a trip to Shenandoah National Park last Fall. 




Recent Additions

Fast photo editing has never been a strong suit of mine. Here's a few recent additions to my collection of photos from Yosemite, Death Valley, and Zion.


Yosemite Timelapse

It's hard to believe I shot this 6 months ago. With this timelapse I wanted to capture both the beauty and the constant crowds at Yosemite. 

Banff Landscapes

I just finished editing my landscape shots from Banff and Jasper. I struggled with the constant fog, but I think I got a couple decent shots. 

Elk Invasion

During my summer vacation in Banff, we witness a herd of Elk (and one coyote) wander through a golf course and wreak havoc. 



Taking Photos Out West

I finally got around to editing my photos from my trip to California and Utah in June.

I just finished editing together my footage from the protests at Trump’s Inauguration.
(NSFW - lots of profanity and, if you have a sharp eye, nudity)

Last Friday I went down to D.C. to document the protests that were going on in response to the Trump inauguration. My most intense bit of footage is this shot of Police clearing a street where protesters had started a fire.

Did a little photo series last winter about how I always end up being distracted by my phone when I'm hiking or going on long walks. Now a-days I'm distracted by pokemon go more than anything else.

A couple weeks ago I photographed a Red Tailed Hawk eating what I'm guessing was a squirrel on a tree branch over looking Cunningham Falls. The most interesting part for me was when the when the Hawk "licked his plate" by cleaning off all of the little bits of squirrel from the tree branch. (Warning! These images are somewhat graphic)

Ever wonder who would win in a fight between a beaver and a dog? Turns out it's the Beaver. I watched a dog chase a beaver around Lake Needwood. Whenever the dog would get too close, the beaver would use its tail to make a big splash and confuse the dog while the beaver swam underwater. After the dog gave up the beaver swam up onto the bank and cleaned its fur about ten feet from where I was sitting. Turns out a Beaver cleaning it's fur looks a whole lot like a cat cleaning it's fur.

With this video for Assateague State Park, I have finished documenting every Maryland State Park. During the project I've traveled into the Appalachian mountains, transported video equipment via kayak, visited historic houses, worked in both 100 degree weather and 0 degree weather, planted my tripod in the Atlantic Ocean, and filmed cactuses, bald eagles and wild horses. I have been consistantly impressed with the ecological and cultural diversity of a relatively small land mass called Maryland.