Life as a Human is a human interest magazine for evolving minds. I was approached by Life as a Human to be a guest blogger. My photo essay, 100 Years 100 Faces of the Stampede was published by them last week. Click here to read the full article.
Photographer Gregg Segal has created an ongoing series entitled, “7 Days of Garbage”, which shows Californian friends, neighbors, and relative strangers lying in the trash they created in one week. The images are well done and meticulously laid out. The images, to me, evoke thoughts of the environment and our role in the ecosphere. Click here to […]
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Last week, on March 8th, it was International Women’s Day. It was a day to celebrate, reflect and nurture the achievements of women. In Focus with Alan Taylor decided to run a story of photos of mothers with their daughters. The images are heart warming. The love shared between a mother and daughter is universal, […]
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted work up on the blog. I’ve decided to dig back into some of my older shoots and show you some of them. Will Tigley, a senior editor for Mabuhay Calgary asked me to photograph Gilmore Junio for an article he was writing. I gladly accepted as I love working […]
Published by: Mabuhay Calgary February 2012, 5th Edition Volume III Copyright: Mabuhay Calgary Perhaps because of its wide, vast, open land, Montana is known as Big Sky Country. When I heard the famous and talented editorial and commercial photographer Zack Arias would be teaching in a town called Missoula I immediately jumped at the chance to take an […]
Published by: Mabuhay Calgary February 2011, 5th Edition Volume II Copyright: Mabuhay Calgary West Coast Part 3 / Seattle, Coffee Central of the Pacific – Article and Photos by: Jeff Cruz In order to get to Seattle we boarded a United States ferry in Syndey, BC, which is just outside of Victoria. The ferry was […]