Visit the Store – Print Sale


You can now buy prints of some of the images you find on the blog! The store will be where clients can view and order prints and products, but I will also occasionally be putting up some personal work that can be purchased as well. To start this off, I am listing several images from Mexico HERE. Please take a minute and browse the prints for sale, and be sure to keep an eye out for more to come!

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Holy cow this film stock is ridiculous. These images were shot on Kodak Tri-X using the Mamiya RZ67 and I would not be upset in the least if I only used this combo for the rest of my life. I love color, but I just cannot get over how amazing this film is, especially with a 6×7 negative. I don’t really have to ┬ádo more than slight adjustments for 90% of my film when it comes to editing (thank you, film, for saving me from wasting my life)… These are literally straight scans!

The two images below are extra special to me. Not only do I love these images of my grandmother shot on this film, but these were taken on the way to bury my grandfather in Cedar Key, Florida about a month ago. One of my greatest regrets is not getting enough images like this of him before it was too late. Papa, you will be forever missed.

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Mexico, Tercera Parte

The third and final chapter of this beautiful place. This set of images is from a short day trip to the next town over, Telchac. The town looked almost deserted and it was almost surreal walking down the empty streets. This series was also shot on Kodak Portra 400 with the Mamiya RZ67. I can honestly say that I would love to go back to this part of the world, and it has awaken a desire in me to see so many other parts!

Mexico, Segunda Parte

The second part in a three part series of my adventures in Mexico earlier this summer. These images were shot on Kodak Portra 400 220 using the Mamiya RZ67. I am falling more and more in love with this camera every time I use it. Being in Mexico with this camera was quite an experience.. In a place where I only know a small assortment of words to get by, walking around with my head down, taking in the sights through the ground glass.

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