1. pixel-box:

Dec. 17, 2012. TIME Magazine (INT Edition). My first cover!

    pixel-box:

    Dec. 17, 2012. TIME Magazine (INT Edition). My first cover!

  2. Still a little kid in the water. Bodysurfing project to come.

  3. pixel-box:

Sept. 22, 2012. Mbio

Cartier-Bresson does Africa.

    pixel-box:

    Sept. 22, 2012. Mbio

    Cartier-Bresson does Africa.

  4. Frida. From the latest shoot. An early edit.  A long way to go.

    Frida. From the latest shoot. An early edit.  A long way to go.

  5. 18 August 2012

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    gq:

“If you don’t want to be the best, then there’s no reason going out and trying to accomplish anything.” - Joe Montana

    gq:

    “If you don’t want to be the best, then there’s no reason going out and trying to accomplish anything.” - Joe Montana

  6. It’s dry as hell and I love it. My Dad is the funniest guy I know.

    It’s dry as hell and I love it. My Dad is the funniest guy I know.

  7. Here’s a motion graphic I did for The ROAR (Jacksonville Jaguars’ Cheerleaders) swimsuit calendar shoot on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico. It was an incredible week and were still ingesting all the content we came home with. Once all gets organized, I’ll have some more to show. Until then, check out Jaguars.com for updates.

  8. Suddenly

    For the sake of transparency and exposure (whatever the fuck that means), I’ve decided to post some of my personal writings from an old journal I recently came upon. My only hope is that someone will read this.

    November 11, 2008

         I find myself vastly more optimistic about my future in conservative North-East Florida when I’ve got three cups of black caffeine pumping through my veins. Suddenly, the table next to me is arguing over the best Radiohead album rather than spouting off reasons why our President Elect is a Socialist. Suddenly, the salty air filling this little coffee house seems to bounce with an enthusiasm that actually calls on exciting tomorrow. Suddenly, I’m hitting every green light on the drive back to my Ponte Vedra apartment. And suddenly I slam on my brakes. A red light, I assume. I’d be sure if I could see past the King Ranch F-350 that’s scraping it’s 35” hooves into the asphalt in front of me. As the light clicks green, I’m engulfed in a screeching furry of black exhaust. But if I squint hard enough I can just make out a tiny blue sticker branding the back of the aforementioned, now vanishing monster truck. A sticker that reads, “Speak English or GO HOME!” and suddenly I realize: It must be the coffee talking.

  9. I want to be better than everyone else. Here’s the push.

  10. While doing research for my new job (Damn, that feels good), I stumbled back across this Nike commercial. I always loved it but never, until now, knew that it was directed by the brilliant David Fincher. It’s perfect in every way. This commercial could be a feature film. But the beauty is it doesn’t even need those other 119 minutes to make it’s case. With surprisingly great detail it covers the upbringing of two separate individuals all the way into their respective, yet collective professional careers… in 60 seconds. A simultaneous and unforgiving push towards a common goal. Both aspirations born of a passion seeded deep. A destiny. Bloodier than blood. The piece climaxes, culminates with the two subjects coming together with all the momentum of their childhood dreams behind them. The clash is a draw, but not a defeat. Thrust into humble innocence only a child could harbor, the two opponents rise to their feet with a mutual respect and the energetic bounce of men who know the satisfaction of success with out compromise. Leaving nothing behind. The most important of which: their passion. Hat’s off Mr. Fincher. You’ve done it again.

  11. Re-edit of a portrait I shot a while back. Working on a few studies in tones and contrasts in portraiture and their effects on the overall mood/feel of an image. This edit was an attempt to immediately create a darker, more desperate feel for the viewer. In that respect, especially in contrast to the original image, I think it was a success. 

    Re-edit of a portrait I shot a while back. Working on a few studies in tones and contrasts in portraiture and their effects on the overall mood/feel of an image. This edit was an attempt to immediately create a darker, more desperate feel for the viewer. In that respect, especially in contrast to the original image, I think it was a success. 

  12. A letter to my brethren in travel. Soon.

    A letter to my brethren in travel. Soon.

  13. I’ve never had the balls to show anyone this until tonight. As it turns out, they didn’t point fingers and laugh in my face as I shrunk down to some size of insignificance. It’s a cover I recorded of Broken Social Scene’s “Major Label Debut”. It totaled out at about six tracks, each of which consist of me; that’s right, even the clapping.

  14. Took to the air this morning for a sunrise flight with Mike. A great way to start a beautiful day off of work. I hope you’ll enjoy.

  15. A study of light and shadow. Here’s a project I came up with last night. It’s a photoshop portrait of my buddy Norby based on a photograph by Erik Tanner. The goal was to reference the photograph and find each little terminal line that breaks up the tonal ranges which build up the photograph. It was all done with the lasso tool and the fill function. 53 layers later, this is the result. Everything is made up of simple shapes and lines if you just look closely.

    A study of light and shadow. Here’s a project I came up with last night. It’s a photoshop portrait of my buddy Norby based on a photograph by Erik Tanner. The goal was to reference the photograph and find each little terminal line that breaks up the tonal ranges which build up the photograph. It was all done with the lasso tool and the fill function. 53 layers later, this is the result. Everything is made up of simple shapes and lines if you just look closely.