Fashion Photography, Culture & A Dead Buffalo

The “Buffalo Incident” while shooting in Durbar Square, Nepal. Dinadi Courtesy of the amazing Dinadi team in Kathmandu, here I am again back in Nepal working with fashion photography, re-connecting with old friends, and making new ones. I love that my job gives me the opportunity to meet extraordinary people from all over, people who…

Hand made Azeri Rugs in Georgia

I was watching TV this morning and the presenters where sitting with a beautiful rug under the chairs. It reminded me of the time I spent in Georgia taking images for #ReWoven. These beautiful hand woven rugs are products of many months of skilled work by highly talented artisans.  I spent time in a camp…

Behind The Scenes in Kathmandu Nepal

I’ve spent the week in Kathmandu shooting next year’s collection for @dinadinepal. It’s been a blast even when @kirstinedonskov and @prestonthiessen thought they would look good alongside the beautiful @kxaxrxmxa

Ancient Monasteries of Armenia – A Black & White Collection.

I spent 2011 in Armenia with my wife and daughter working with the christian missions organization Youth With a Mission. While we didn’t get to see all the amazing sights that Armenia has to offer, we did get to a fair few of them, and I did get to take many photos. Many of these…

Join the Military?

Ever thought about moving to Armenia to join the Military? No? Well, me neither. But sometimes little photo trips turn into adventures, which can almost turn into joining the army. Let  me explain . . . . . . It was one of the first lovely spring days of the season in Vanadzor and there…

An Armenian Wedding

About 2 weeks ago I was asked to photograph a wedding. No big deal right? I’ve photographed weddings before, I even photographed my sisters wedding, can’t be much more pressure then that right? Well this wedding happened to be in Vanadzor, Armenia. A different country and a different culture. Sure I understand Russian, but everything will be…