High Above

Just outside of Granada, Spain, where the city begins to give way to mountains, sits a cathedral. You can see this cathedral from nearly anywhere you may go in Granada, but reaching it is a bit tricky. It lies up the maze of narrow street, […]

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Stranger

Deep in the mountains of Tamil-Nadu, southern India lie hundreds, if not more, of tiny and scattered tribal villages. Most of the residents in these villages live in extreme poverty. Earlier this year I was given the opportunity to travel to India as a photographer […]

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Pyro

On a freezing and windy September night in St. Petersburg Russia back in 2012, my brother Justin, our local friend Vera, and myself were trying our best to wait out the chill. We needed to last until 1 a.m. and I wasn’t so sure that […]

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After the Storm

Normally I am not much of a landscape photographer. Don’t get me wrong, I do love taking pictures of beautiful places, but sometimes it seems there are only so many ways to shoot a sunset or pretty mountain and they’ve all been done. Photographing people–portrait […]

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Melissa

I think it’s only appropriate for my next picture to be of one of my childhood best friends, as I had the pleasure of attending her wedding this past weekend. A few years ago I was taking my very first photojournalism class at university, and […]

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Sing Off

While walking through an alley in Barcelona, Spain one afternoon, my friends and I saw a crowd surrounding a street performer in traditional Spanish clothes singing Spanish Opera (not pictured). Only, upon reaching the crowd we realized the beautiful baritone voice wasn’t that of the […]

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The Morning Before

Mike and I have been friends almost as long as I can remember. We were pretty much inseparable since 7th through our time as roommates in college. When we graduated Mike joined the Peace Corps, moved to Romania to teach English, met a Romanian girl […]

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Grace

Saying grace is a custom in many homes across America and the world–I have said grace before many meals–but I learned a whole new appreciation for the custom while traveling through India. According to our guide, in remote tribal villages such as the one where […]

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One Night in Paris

When I traveled to Russia several years ago with the goal of writing a book, nothing quite went to plan. Between the food poisoning and the jail time one thing after another just seemed to go wrong. I needed to locate and meet certain people […]

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