Goat Herder

On a drive through the desert yesterday, I came across a goat herder along the highway. It was really foggy creating a surreal light cast.  I asked if I could take some images of him and he was good with it. He spoke to the goats in Spanish. I asked if the goats understood Spanish and he, of course, said yes.

I imagined cars, with heaters turned on and music going, racing by him all day and all winter. He was hidden in plain sight which in some ways is why I like the shadow from his hat concealing his eyes in an image below...

Goat Herder. Winter 2018. Idaho.

Goat Herder. Idaho. Winter.

Framed Limited Edition Prints

Here's a list of prints I currently have framed and ready to ship:

Limited Edition Digital Silver Prints

1/25          Havana Bar

16" x 24" print. Matted & framed the dimensions are 24" x 32"

$1,250

1/25          Malécon Car

16" x 24" print. Matted & framed the dimensions are 24" x 32"

$1,250

1/25          Parachute Adamas. Chile

16" x 24" print. Matted & framed the dimensions are 24" x 32"

$1,250

1/25          Queen's Crown. Picabo, Idaho

20" x 30" print. Matted & framed the dimensions are 29" x 38.5"

$1,650


Limited Edition Damselfly Take Series

(Set of three is $3,000 or $1,200 Individually)

 

2/100          Damselfly Take 1

16" x 24" print. Matted & framed the dimensions are 24" x 32"

$1,200

2/100          Damselfly Take 2

16" x 24" print. Matted & framed the dimensions are 24" x 32"

$1,200

2/100          Damselfly Take 3

16" x 24" print. Matted & framed the dimensions are 24" x 32"

$1,200

Silver Creek Sunrise

The moonset and sunrise this morning, at least in Picabo, Idaho, was almost simultaneous.

Moonset. Picabo, Idaho.

John Huber throws a decoy into Silver Creek.

Artist, Ed Anderson, at dawn.

Sunrise & Coffee in the blind.

Anglers Bar, Hagerman

After Chukar hunting near the Snake River with a few friends recently, we went in to Anglers Bar in Hagerman for a beer. I brought my camera in... We met Lioux (pronounced Lou) who recently moved to Hagerman. I asked if I could take a photo of her. I've found it's far easier for me to ask a stranger for a photo than someone I know. I was drawn to the light from this window pouring into a much darker room. 

The Murray Bar

Excited to have the photography in a featured piece on fly fishing guides and drinking by Callan Wink in the current issue of Angler's Journal. I was sent over to Livingston, Montana in August. Longtime Livingston area guide, Dan Lahren, helped gather the guides at The Murray Bar. One of the best parts of assignments like this is getting to know new people like Dan Lahren. Dan is best known for being Jim Harrison's guide for many years and for being the fixer in Anthony Bourdain's episode on Livingston, Montana.

You can subscribe to the print version of Angler's Journal Here or to the digital version HERE.

The opening spread... Check out Angler's Journal to read Callan Wink's piece and to see the entire ten page story.

Digital Silver C-Prints

I am pumped to offer my first limited edition digital silver c-prints. Each of these will be an edition of 25. I just received three of the four prints below from the printer and I'm really pleased with the way they turned out. They will be off to the framer next week.

The image below was shot on my first trip to Cuba. We found a bar and sat in the back and this woman came in with a giant smile. She was a prostitute, as it turned out, and when I pointed my lens her direction she gave me her big smile.

16" x 24" unframed $1,000 (email for other sizes and pricing)

1/25          Havana Bar


I shot the image below on my second trip to Cuba. It was a windy winter day and while I was crossing a street this car stopped. I had enough time to get this one image. It's of a collectivo, which is essentially a less expensive shared taxi service for locals.

16" x 24" unframed $1,000 (email for other sizes and pricing)

1/25          Malecón Car


A few years back I was on a fishing trip in Chilean Patagonia and stopped by this remote gaucho outpost. The people I was with wanted to say hello and ask about access to a nearby river. We spent a couple of hours with two gauchos in their home drinking Escudo (a Chilean beerand having toast with jelly. They were in a really talkative mood. One gaucho made sure I always had a cold Escudo. I can't imagine they get many visitors. One of the two gauchos had these really large spurs and allowed me to take a picture of them.

16" x 24" unframed $1,000 (email for other sizes and pricing)

1/25          Gaucho Spurs. Chilean Patagonia


Silver Creek & Picabo are essentially in my back yard and my favorite local place to take pictures.

20" x 30" unframed $1,400 (email for other sizes and pricing)

1/25          Queen's Crown. Picabo, Idaho

Travel Photography

Here's an image of a moonrise over a desolate East Cape (Baja, Mex.) beach a few years back. This image was used as the opening spread on a story on Baja in this summer's issue of The FlyFish Journal.

Moonrise. East Cape. Baja, Mexico

I have a new page on this web site titled, Travel. It will perpetually be evolving as I head to new places.