This is one of the most powerful images I have ever taken. This needs no words. It itself, speaks a story.
Northeast snow storms provide for some of the most incredible environments to shoot in. As much as I dislike the cold, I can't knock on shooting in storms.
This northeast winter is incredibly cold lately but it's all about the hustle. The fact that I'm going to Chicago in the next few days on a midwest road trip also has me excited. It amazes me the amount of great people I continue to meet and amazing things I've come to be a part of as a result of that piece of plastic in my hand. Much love.
Never in my life have I witnessed poverty and destruction like I witnesses in Wheeling. I thought I'd seen just about all of it being in some of the worst hoods around the East Coast but this took the cake. This was what I would call Meth County. Everything was in ruins and completely neglected. I love shooting shit like this and this really got my gears turning but at the same time I couldn't help but wonder how this place ended up this way. I surely want to go back no doubt.
I've been super busy lately but I can't complain. With recent trips to cities all over the northeast region it's definitely kept me on my toes for sure. Bigger things are coming too. The people I'm meeting on a daily basis and the experiences I'm having are the exact reasons why I do what I do.
Met some new friends in the city yesterday. Definitely was a long day but very worth it and got a ton of photos. Shout out to @disyouth for the photo and @genuineclothingcompany for the free shirt. Sponsors rule.
Recently visit Atlantic City, NJ to get photos for some framed print sales. Overall I thought the city was great but it sure does have it's rough spots. Walking around a lot of the housing seemed to be in decay as well as huge vacant business properties. Regardless, anytime you go to a beach I feel you are going to be able to accomplish decent captures.
I am so grateful to have attended a recent Instameet in PGH. The event showcased me to so many new urban photogs I had never met previously. The city is absolutely beauty and completely friendly. I honestly cannot wait to go back.
Philly never ceases to amaze me with its amazing people.
Recently just made a trip out to pitt for the weekend. It's unlike any bigger city I've ever been too. The city is absolutely beautiful as well as being super nice. Big shout out to that.
Slowly but surely photography is showing my everything that I need in life. Whether it be the people I meet or the places I go, I surely can rely on it to make me happy.
I spent a great portion of my day at Fort Indiantown Gap's cemetery yesterday. I can honestly say it was a humbling experience. From whole families crying, to widows laying down with their loved ones, to flowers everywhere in memory. So heres to the ones braver than I. Thank you.
I recently spent the evening in Philly with Zack Notter of BAFLco and a couple other friends shooting for his clothing company. Such a good experience topped with incredible views issued. In the coming weeks watch for some of our photos dropping here and there and head over to BAFLco's sight and check out some of there gear.
I love Philly to death but cannot wait to start heading elsewhere with my camera. Pittsburgh being that first stop. Here's to a takeoff in a career of photography.
Philly subways have been a huge interest of mine lately. I plan to capture them a lot more with time. I definitely love the Keystone State.
Spring is in full bloom.
Yeah it's not cold or anything.
How I'm feeing about this blast of arctic weather we are receiving right now.
Life has been so good to me lately and I can't wait to see what else is in store for these warmer months coming up. Remember, if things seem bad, it can always be worse.