Outtakes from the Oregon Freeze Dry Factory, shot for Outside last year. These guys work their shifts inside a -20 degree freezer, which is where I photographed them (wearing nothing but a t-shirt and lab coat).
Out in this month’s Wired is a big feature I shot last summer on the resurgence of Downtown Las Vegas. The project is being led by Tony Hsieh, the CEO of Zappos, and it’s rapidly transforming the derelict area east of Fremont Street into a fun, hip capital of innovation. It was super fun hanging out with all of these guys for a couple of days and the project is so inspiring. Check out the full story here.
The FORBS Santa Reunion and Luncheon in 2011
Last January I went to the murky backwoods of Alabama to photograph a deer drive for Field & Stream. It was a great story, steeped in history and a tradition that has almost disappeared. The story finally ran in the December issue this year, in time for this year’s deer season.
More new work, this time for Monocle on The Surfer’s Journal. It was strange to shoot an assignment for a magazine on another magazine, and I was fascinated by the inner workings. A big thanks to the team at The Surfer’s Journal, who couldn’t have been nicer or more accommodating.