A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of traveling to the front range of Colorado to work on a new Canyon Collected (www.canyoncollected.com) music video titled Bags. Bags should be out in about a month. Naturally, those guys are some of my best friends and they never have two nickles to pay me. Although they do a wonderful job of making sure nothing production or travel wise costs me a single cent for which I’m grateful. I said to Leon the banjo picker ” umm bro, I’m taking a week off of work to come down there, can you find me a real gig for the day”? And sometimes in life when you ask, you receive. Leon ended up playing middleman and connected me with a wonderful dinner theatre based out of Ft. Collins.
Midtown Art Center is a multifaceted complex of Theatre and Stage arts based out of Ft. Collins Colorado. MAC is known for bringing the most relevant Broadway shows as well as original productions to their quaint dinner theatre at an affordable cost.
Check out a new video by Tai Katz. He’s a hip-hop/R&B artist based out of Los Angeles. My boy Colter Olmstead (www.vectorvisuals.com) directed, shot and edited this piece. I had the privilege of working as a second cinematographer. Also a huge shout out to our boy Alex Emmons who just killed it as our Gaffer.
Here’s another installation from our studio session with my good friend Leon Elam of Canyon Collected (www.canyoncollected.com). Thanks again to my good friend Colter Olmstead (www.vectorvisuals.com) for operating one of the cameras as well as recording live sound among many other things. Couldn’t have done it without him.
My good friend Leon Elam of Canyon Collected (www.canyoncollected.com) buzzed through Bozeman a few weeks back and lo behold the above video is the first of three installments from our studio session. Thanks a bunch to my good friend Colter Olmstead (www.vectorvisuals.com) for operating one of the cameras as well as recording live sound. Couldn’t have done it without him.
So a few years ago, I wrote this short caption on my blog highlighting my brief experience with Diamond Leibe in Yellowstone National Park. I submitted the image as well as the caption to Mountain Outlaw’s Portrait Photography Contest and it placed as a finalist. Check out the image below. You can also click this link www.explorebigsky.com/photocontest to vote on it for the peoples choice favorite. If it wins, I get some cool prizes. Therefore, I need your help and I can’t do it without you. The other image below Diamond is my latest cover shot on the first ever issue of Explore Yellowstone Magazine. As always, thanks for viewing.
This is a new photograph of mine which Mountain Outlaw Magazine just showcased in the Outbound Gallery of their most recent summer spread.
I took the image on the upper geyser basin in Yellowstone National Park.
Cheers to the art director and designers, I think the layout works great.