"One of the hardest things about developing a photographic style (and this is true of writing, as well) is narrowing my focus. I want to shoot everything with wheels and/or wings. And the people who use them. And the places they go."
I've discovered so many passions over the years including planes, trains and exploring new places. When I started riding motorcycles, it wasn't just a passion. It became a part of me. It gave me a deeper desire to discover new places. The whole time, I was taking pictures. At the same time, I had been writing in one form or another.
Words, wheels and pictures put me on the staff of a statewide biker magazine. I've also had articles and pictures in The Horse Backstreet Choppers Magazine, with national coverage. I have photography credits on The Charlie Horse Dialog DVD, a documentary stemming from the Smokeout Bike Rally. And I was "the" photographer for a local riding club for some time. But motorcycle photography spills over into so many disciplines.. landscape.. travel.. portraits.. product photography.. motorsports and more.
I've never been one to just settle for "good enough". I always want to tell a better story, whether it's through pictures or writing. And I'm always looking for the opportunity to tell another one, whether it's magazine articles/photos, travel or what have you. I'd love to talk to you about your project.