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My Favorite Photos of 2016

Here is a selection of my favorite photos from last year.  It was an interesting year.

I was doing most of the marketing photography for Brooks Institute.
The school was shut down in October.

I photographed strong, graceful and talented women.

I found a sleeping mermaid.  Been looking for a long time.

I went on a night dive in Hawai’i with 7 manta rays.
It was way more exciting than I thought it would be.

I paid a lot of attention to light and the magic of Lightroom.

I spent hours with a lizard, looking for something different.

I watched an extraordinary man with a kite and a surfboard do things
with the wind and waves that I didn’t think possible.

Autumn in Alaska

We just returned from another amazing fall trip to Denali National Park. It was my privilege to be the photographic “special emphasis leader” at Camp Denali for the third time. We had a great group of photographers traveling with us, spending the week watching the tundra turn colors and the “great one” (Denali) peek in and out of the clouds. The light at this time of year is truly magical. Throw in bear, moose, caribou, sheep, fox, pika, swans, cranes, ptarmigans, and all the other residents of the park and you can see why we were cranking through the pixels.


6:00am:  While waiting for sunrise on Denali, I decided to add a little of my own light.


We’ll be returning to Denali next summer — the wildflowers should be in full bloom.  Check it out at:  Denali National Park Photo Workshop