ATTN: SERIOUS ANGLERS| OPEN SEATS AVAILABLE ON UPCOMING ADVENTURES St, Brandons Atoll-Mauritius, Wrangell-Alaska, Kamchatka-Russia
Are you a serious angler looking for a trip of a lifetime? Join me for one of my upcoming adventures. I have a few slots open for the individual seeking a trip of adventure and the unknown. These are very adventurous trips with some of the best fishing found anywhere on the planet! This is not a big group of hosted anglers, rather a small select few. All persons should be in good physical condition; these trips require a lot of wade fishing and tons of action. Global Rescue is required for St. Brandon’s and Russia.
Looking for a few serious anglers. Please contact me for details –> firstname.lastname@example.org
+NOW! ST. BRANDON’S ATOLL: Monster bonefish and GT’s – March 30-April 13 – 1 spot + SOUTHEAST ALASKA: Wild remote Steelhead – April 17-23 – a few spots avail + KAMCHATKA: Mouse eating rainbows – Exploratory – July 25-8th – 1 spot
I’ve been fortunate to meet and photograph people from all different walks of life. Portraiture is not my strong suit but I enjoy attempting to capture people in their free unaltered moments.
1. Larry Keel – Last Chance, Idaho
2. Antonio of Asunta Village – Amazon Jungle, Bolivia
3. Rick Matney – Wrangell, Alaska
4. Rene Harrop – Henry’s Fork River, Idaho
4. Eric Grinnell – Bow River, Alberta, Canada
5. River Buddies participant
6. Pat Gaffney – Madison River, Montana
AURORA BOREALIS | 16 SECOND TIME-LAPSE Wrangell, Alaska
I’ve accumulated dozens of time-lapse shorts over the years. I’ll be slowly trickling these out from time to time. This was shot during an assignment in Alaska in 2014. The night before our departure I randomly walked outside and by luck I spotted the starting of the Northern Lights. I scrambled for my gear and set-up a time-lapse. I got lucky, right place and the right time.
DRAKE MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL Published Editorial Fall 2016
I am very pleased to see a few of my images made their way into the new issue of The Drake Magazine. It’s great to see these on printed on paper! A big thank you to all those who helped make these images a possibility.
Anglers: Brad Miler & Camille Egdorf.
If you’re not a subscriber, just head down to your local so and grab a copy — or if you want it on the go download it to your digital tablet — just think of it as an early worthwhile Christmas present.
EDITORIAL | THE FLYFISH JOURNAL 7.1 Published Editorial
I’m always very excited to see images on on actual paper. There’s no substitute for holding a magazine and turning the pages. I’m thrilled to see these images made it to the final cut. They bring back such great memories. A big thanks to those that help make these images possible – anglers, sponsors and lodges – without you these images wouldn’t be possible.
AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL Bristol Bay, Alaska I’m always thrilled to see my images in print, no matter how big or how small or the location where its placed. Of course the cover shot is the most coveted and then on down the layout list it goes. Often time’s images accompany articles and tid-bits. I couldn’t be more happy to see this image tied in with an article that needs some much needed attention in the day and age of “grip and cringe” and targeting big spawners off their beds.
The fishing media is exploding, for better and for worse. It’s up to those who have the power to say something and do something to act with a voice and a backbone and help educate all anglers to the sport. Fly Fishing is a big hit amongst the hip outdoor crowd now, and although they are consciously eating at the lasted whole food stores in the city, they are unknowingly hurting the very thing they so called love and protect, nature. From hot spotting locations, to fishing when the temps are too hot, to raping big vulnerable spawning fish off their beds in hopes to drop the latest ‘gram, things are certainly changing, for the worse?
Bravo to both the author and the editors for running such a hot topic. I hope to see more articles like this in the future and I hope that those who enjoy nature become more educated in their actions…ignorance isn’t actually bliss. Head down to your local shop to get your copy today, or better yet, sign up for a yearly subscription.
IMAGES FOR HATCH OUTDOORS NEW 2015-2016 WEBSITE Published Commercial Website
The crew over at Hatch Outdoors has revamped their website. It’s full of new photos, new products and their top-notch standard of sleek machining and bomber-engineering that Hatch is known for. Their new site is LIVE! It’s great to see a handful of my images made the cut and relive those memories once again.
NEW PRINTS | CHROME CHASERS LODGE: WRANGELL, ALASKA Wrangell, Alaska
Chrome Chasers Lodge in Wrangell, Alaska is has recently purchased a new building and remolding has already begun. Along with new countertops, flooring, paint and tile, the walls will have new prints for the upcoming 2015 season. The images chosen were selected from our catalog and advertisement production captured at the lodge last year for Hatch Outdoors. I’m pleased to have images hanging in the new place; they will compliment the new renovations nicely.
EDITORIAL | BIG SKY JOURNAL FISHING 2015 Published Editorial
The new fishing issue of the Big Sky Journal is on the magazine racks. I’m thrilled to be apart of the annual fishing edition. Like every year, this is a hot one, one that usually sits on the table all year. The pages are jam packed with both great imagery and quality text. I’m proud to be amongst the many great friends and colleagues whom area also in this issue.
Head down to your local shop, news-stand or magazine shop and grab a copy today. It’s certainly coffee table worthy!