Some of the most important camera lessons I’ve learned the last few years have been under the gun, up against it. With a camera around my neck and a pad in my hand. I always thought I wrote well, but it was usually just a means to get my pictures seen. And while it’s embarrassing […]Read more "Forays into sports journalism"
Well I’ve finally begun to upgrade my gear, and I’m stoked to be shooting with the 7D MkII, paired with the 70-200 f/2.8L. Shooting birds requires some serious hustle, but I’m starting to get used to the AF tracking system, and the control layout. The results have been decent so far, for only taking it […]Read more "New Journeys"
One of my more serious attempts at capturing live metal, using my old gear. I was right in front of the speakers where the vocals were basting out, and it makes for a nice video. I’ve recently found out that I will be co-directing and producing the new Die Choking video, which I’m really stoked […]Read more "Long Island’s Artificial Brain live video; Die Choking update"
Crossed Keys Inn, under a blanket. A beautiful place I work at.Read more "Crossed Keys Inn"
Upon my arrival in the OBX after a good 7 hour drive and a pit stop in Delaware for tax free booze, a new T4i was sprung on me. It was one of a few cameras I was looking at as a grad present. I was previously nothing but a Nikon guy so it has […]Read more "Outer Banks: Explosions in the sky"
I was lucky enough to get a chance to be in studio for my buddy Blackest Jeff’s band Burden‘s new studio album, Withovt. Recorded at Backroom Studios in Rockaway, New Jersey, these guys traveled up from Philly to lay down some tracks. This installment is sure to be their most brutal chapter, and it gave me […]Read more "Burden, Withovt: Doom metal in studio"
This is an interview I did with Jed Gaylin. Jed is the music director of the Bay Atlantic Symphony. A fantastic local symphony here in New Jersey. they have a special relationship with Stockton college and Cumberland County college, where they often play. I was lucky enough to be allowed to shoot a dress rehearsal. […]Read more "Interview with Jed Gaylin of the Bay Atlantic Symphony"