I am excited to announce that my wife and I will be opening a brick-and-mortar shop (explorer boutique, wanderer goods) called KAMP in St. Louis, Missouri this March. Our motto is “Eq… Read More
a lot of the Island is floodplain, as the levee is on the opposite side as the Mississippi entrance to Chouteau Island Chouteau Island is a man-made, three island complex (consisting of… Read More
Understanding what cameras and lenses you use most often provides all sorts of data, and is something that I always think is pretty interesting and can be very helpful. For instance, in the… Read More
Several years ago, I converted over to using f-stop Gear‘s line of products as a solution to the problem of transporting my camera equipment and accessories. These packs are exp… Read More
Quick family hike through one of the Missouri’s best State Parks (and so close to STL!). I’ve written about the Park in the past, including about its remarkable history, s… Read More
20. Tiffany For the first time, I have divided the annual summary of a year in my photo life into two parts. Check out the first part here. installation view of “Emily Oliver:… Read More
There is certainly something to be said for having the lucky opportunity to work with the same model on more than one occasion, especially if the model and the photographer operate on the s… Read More
1. former JC Penny Building in Wells Goodfellow for Photo Flood Saint Louis (PFSTL) As mentioned in my “Best of” post for last year, 2016 pretty much wrecked my life, so it shou… Read More
It was a chilly, Fall day today. My buddy Isaac Richardson (@skiye30 on Insta) and I decided to take advantage, and go for a short stomp through several South City neighborhoods that hug th… Read More
Last Friday, I dropped into the Pulitzer Arts Foundation to check out the opening of their latest exhibition on Japanese drawing and animation. It’s excellent as usual! Eq… Read More
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