Trailside portrait

image(1)I met Sean on the trail to Vesper Peak. Here’s his portrait.


Watercolor, FL with MountainFilm on Tour

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This weekend I was in Watercolor, FL for MountainFilm on Tour. It’s a big event down there, one of the biggest film festivals I’ve been to. Who Owns Water was the feature on Friday night in front of a sold-out 750+ people. I was flattered to be in attendance and to give a series of talks to all those passionate people about the Water Wars in the American South.


New York Times Article

301660010A. John Moffit, a former NFL lineman who retired in 2013 out of concern for his own safety. He walks around the EMP museum in Seattle, WA on October 28th, 2014.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/06/sports/football/john-moffitt-rides-rocky-transition-to-life-after-the-nfl.html?_r=0


PORTLAND, OR screening at PATAGONIA

Join us this Thursday, Nov. 6 at Patagonia in Portland for a screening of Who Owns Water. Doors open at 7pm and there’s free beer and kombucha. That’s right, FREE. We’ll be there for a Q&A after the film.

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Oh boy, this is ugly

My blog is getting redone after getting hacked. Stay tuned…


Jim Richardson Interview

I came across this today from Jim Richardson. Good interview and good advice. I think my favorite line is “I think there is a worthwhile lesson for photojournalists here: They need to think carefully about their assumption that everyone loves photojournalism.” There are plenty photographers out there who need to be reminded that not everyone on the planet wants to be a photographer.

http://blog.photoshelter.com/2014/07/old-school-photographer-kicking-butt-instagram/


MODOC is live

We have toyed with the idea of launching a storytelling collaborative for years. After Who Owns Water, we felt it was time to go live. See it in all it’s early glory here : www.modocstories.com.


Images from Oso, WA

Spent 4 days near the Oso, WA for the New York Times. The tragedy is everywhere but spending time with rescuers, families of victims and local community members, it’s easy to see the strength of this community and how they will rebuild.





Colombian Coffee

Earlier this month, David and I went to the coffee axis of Colombia. Colombia is the 3rd largest producer of coffee in the world behind Brazil and Vietnam and the largest producer of Arabica coffee. Stay tuned to see images in action.






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