That moment you wish lingered forever. The one you always miss. The moment seems to speak to me when I need it.
Thailand is filled with interesting color and shapes. What really stood out to me were the excessive amount of unused phone booths that had such fun design.
I love the mid-century modern shapes and color palettes. What tried to be futuristic and future proof now just looks like they were trying a bit to hard. Still, I'd love to have one of them hanging in my house.
This was a fun project taking my style of travel photography and turning it into a branded piece. Aros is a clothing brand that started with one product... A hoodie with an inflatable hood pillow. They have expanded into a whole line of new items.
Red Helium 8K with Zeiss Otus lenses.
Tokyo is a place where I find comfort in being uncomfortable. Being surrounded by a culture I don't quite understand. Figuring it out has become an obsession of mine. At times it can get a little overwhelming so it is nice to get away from it all.... Come in Bar Tram, a comfortable, quiet and beautiful cocktail bar near Ebisu Station. A place where ex-pats and locals come to enjoy amazing cocktails created by the master mixologists.
Mezcal, my current obsession. After finding an unexpectedly excellent cocktail bar just a block from Time Square(The Rum House.) The bartender sent me on a journey through different parts of New York. One of the places was a little Tequila/Mezcal Bar and Restaurant called La Contenta a few blocks off the beaten path in the East Village.
Alex, the bartender I met there made me this killer Mezcal concoction and then introduced me to the whole staff. Definitely a memorable night.
Watching the sunrise over the warm, salty ocean. Wondering where you might be next. Maybe the breeze will feel the same.
Meals Ready to Eat, an 8 month adventure for us, the crew that shot it. It is currently releasing weekly on Verizon's Go90. It was an incredible time for us. It took us across the United States and around the world. Meeting some of the most interesting chefs, veterans and civilians I have ever met.
These images captured with my Leica M3 along the way.