Archive for November 27, 2015

Consider THIS: More Experiences, Less Stuff


Hey friends – Happy Holidays! It’s the day after Thanksgiving here in the states, and I’m getting some much needed family & friend time.

I was up late last night and I made a video in the dark by myself. Just a little rant I’d like you to watch and consider and share. As we head into the holidays, I’m …

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The 2015 Holiday Gear Guide

The “Ultimate” Holiday Gear Guide

We’ve gone through a LOT of gear this year on a pretty wide variety of still, live action, and time lapse jobs this year that have taken my team and I a few times around the world in the last 12 months (150K miles plus = if you consider earth’s 24,901 mile circumference, we’ve technically …

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What are you doing with your life?


I was crushed when I heard about the Paris attacks. My heart and mind go out for everyone affected. Ugh. For those who’ve been following awhile, you may know that I lived and worked in Paris for a few years. It’s a place I’m still deeply connected with … close friends, regular vacations and visits, deep memories, and a place …

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GUATEMALA – 100/100 – The end! We got a nice hotel next to the…



GUATEMALA – 100/100 – The end! We got a nice hotel next to the airport the night before we flew out. Brad takes one last look at Guatemala City as the evening light fades away. It was such a great time getting to know a new culture, and hanging with my parents and brothers. Lots to think about and process. …

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GUATEMALA – 099/100 – Vultures were everywhere in the cemetery…



GUATEMALA – 099/100 – Vultures were everywhere in the cemetery and dump. No photo could do it justice. It was insane. Felt like a Disneyland set.


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GUATEMALA – 098/100 – One of the many burial isles at the…



GUATEMALA – 098/100 – One of the many burial isles at the Guatemala City cemetery. When your lease runs up, they dump your body in a pit, throw your coffin and clothes away, and put a new person in the slot for a few years.


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GUATEMALA – 097/100 – I’ve heard a lot about the massive…



GUATEMALA – 097/100 – I’ve heard a lot about the massive city dump and cemetery in Guatemala City. It was probably the craziest place I’ve stood in my life. A pit of filth, garbage, and people digging through it below. You can barely see the thousands of vultures swarming in the air. The decrepit cemetery sits right above the dump. …

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GUATEMALA – 096/100 – Using sketchy Google maps, my dad had to…



GUATEMALA – 096/100 – Using sketchy Google maps, my dad had to take this great shortcut near Colomba. Ended up being mostly off-road through backwoods jungles and farms for an hour. And also was the highlight of my trip cause I got to drive it all in 4WD. Mom almost had a heart-attack, though.


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Hi good day. im honored to meet you and your works, however i would to ask what type of camera do you use and what model or maybe you can point me in a direction where i can see a bio on your cameras thank you.

Thanks! I use a Leica M6 and Mamiya 7 for a lot of my film stuff. Sometimes a Canon Élan 7 and 1V as well. For digital, currently a leica m9 for fun, canon 5dsr for lifestyle work, sony a5100 for family pics , and I rent a hasselblad h4x with phase one iq180 back for commercial car jobs 🙂…

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GUATEMALA – 095/100 – On our way down to the coast, it was…



GUATEMALA – 095/100 – On our way down to the coast, it was pouring rain as we drove through San Martin Sacatepequez. Wish we could have spent more time here.


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