Helena | Montana | Color

Helena’s history is both rich (literally) and storied. There are so many layers – so many possible rabbit holes down which to tumble; it’s hard to know where to begin. Gold. Probably the gold. There was a lot of it at one time – in fact, at one point Helena was home to more millionairesContinue reading “Helena | Montana | Color”

Helena | Montana | BW

Getting to know Helena bit by bit… Last Chance Gulch Last Chance Gulch is the name of the actual gulch in which gold was discovered in 1864. The thoroughfare which was built down the Gulch was originally named Main Street. It remained that way for some 85 years, until July 20 1953, when acting HelenaContinue reading “Helena | Montana | BW”

Kaitlin

Trying some different things with the Rollei – because all roads seem to lead back to photographing women. A big thanks to Kaitlin for this creative collaboration – she’s artistic, eclectic, and gorgeous.

Park Hill Commons for ZDG

Shadows, light, and lines; it was fun getting up close and personal to the elevations of this project today.

Sun Setting on Denver

I took this last night with the Rollei – which is good; it’s snowing tonight and the city has crawled under its blanket until next year…

Perspective

Yesterday – playing around in a beautiful meadow in Boulder. Today – I finally paid attention to how much time it takes to develop, scan, and edit three rolls of film. Ten hours. And I loved every second of it.

Big Sur | California |Analog

Bixby Creek Bridge and a bit of the Big Sur coastline – also found a mysterious, little passageway in Carmel. Taken with the Rollei.

Sweet Home, Colorado

I feel like I’ve taken my beautiful home state for granted all these years. When I think of the nooks, crannies, wide-open spaces, hard-to-get-to places, and heart-swelling graces of Colorado I’ve experienced this year, I’m nothing less than completely overwhelmed by it all. If there’s a more beautiful state, I’ve yet to see it. TheseContinue reading “Sweet Home, Colorado”

Pastoral New Mexico

This might be the first image I took with the Rollei. I’ve driven by these two sagging barns 40 or 50 times; I absolutely love them and it tickled me to no end to make this simple picture.