This is my type of a winter wonderland. What’s yours? ❄️
Looking back on 2018, Iceland was the one trip that had the biggest impact on me. For years and years I dreamt about visiting Iceland, and drooled over all the photos I saw on the internet. We were surrounded by unfavorable weather for nearly the entire time, and it wasn’t until months after being back home that I finally realized how beautiful some of these conditions can be. Before Iceland I normally avoided stormy forecasts - I’m purely drawn to them, now. 2018 was filled with a lot of awesome moments. Thank you to everyone who was a part of them and helped make my year so great. ❤️
Every once and a while, conditions line up perfectly - as if you picked apart the day and pieced everything together just how you wanted it to be. 😌 On a side note, I’m having a “name your price” print sale. Any photo, any medium, any size, for a cost that you think is fair. If I can’t meet your price, I will give you my best offer. The amount of orders I’ve gotten already has been overwhelming, and I can’t thank you all enough for the support. Your money goes towards the gas it takes for me to experience places like this. DM me if you’re interested :)
It’s that time of the year again where, instead of studying for finals, I procrastinate and edit old photos. I wish you all a stress-free week 😅
Fall is here! 🍂 You can find me where the cell service is fleeting, the air is thin, and the colors are changing 😌
Change is coming :)
Hello, everybody - I’m not dead 🙃 Over the past several months I took time away from social media to concentrate on more important things in life, such as school, work, family, and enjoying more moments like this. 😌 Shoutout to my man @dekehouse for showing me this spot, nearly hidden in plain sight.
Just some horsies... and another rainbow. Both of which aren’t too hard to find in Iceland!
Exploring an ice cave within a volcanic glacier was definitely a major highlight of the trip. Huge thanks to @arcticadventures for getting us out there!
Obligatory Kirkjufell post. I mean, if I didn’t go to Kirkjufell at least once, did I even really go to Iceland? The answer is no.
Black sand as far as the eye can see. Who else has been to this iconic spot in Iceland?
And for a brief moment, the wind calmed down, the rain stopped, and everything was perfect. Suffering through unfavorable elements can lead to some pretty beautiful moments.
It wasn’t a pot of gold I found at the end of a rainbow - it was Iceland... even better.
Happy Equinox! Who else is as excited for the summer as I am? Or, better yet, who else is ready for Trail Ridge Road to finally open up again? There’s no better place to watch the sunset than high above the tree-line. @rockynps
Twilight in Arches National Park, UT. This place truly comes alive at night!
I almost didn’t fly my drone during this sunset. I was sitting in my car, eyeing what I wanted to shoot, hoping light would break through the horizon after it faded away. It almost never came, and I contemplated racing to Arches to get something worthwhile in the short window of time I had. I said fuck it, flew it anyways, and just as I was about to bring the drone back to land, the light finally came - it was a small risk that paid off well. When’s the last time you took a risk? Chances are, it was worth it. @djiglobal
Ahh, tomorrow’s the day. Finally going back to the desert for a long weekend to explore some new territory. Here’s a sunrise shot from my last run through Moab at Dead Horse Point. Where are you off to this weekend?
When the homie @ryangraymedia reached out to me to see if I wanted to do a collab, I didn’t hesitate to say yes. I have yet to visit Nepal so it was an easy decision on what photo I wanted to throw my own edit on. Go check out Ryan’s page for some serious talent, and peep the edit he threw on one of my favorite photos from Zion!