Excited to be print No. 004 on PULPULP! The new print website and app is featuring my favorite iPhone image to date, the Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes), 2014. It was such a memorable encounter with this little guy. I turned the corner and saw him next to a stopped pickup truck in the middle of the road. The nearby snowmobilers told me that he was friendly, and boy were they right. I freaked out, parked, and swiftly grabbed my cameras. I sat in the middle of the road for 10 minutes with him. No cars, not a soul around, just me and Mr. Fox. Life changing!
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March - A road trip from San Francisco to Vancouver with Tony Cross and the pups.
April - Such great heights, view from Mt. Tamalpais and the tree swing over looking Stinson.
May - A day with Vivienne Harr (chief inspiration officer at Stand ) and her family.
June - Exploring the Dogpatch with Marije Kuiper. And a week in Kauai with local friends Maddie, Scooter and Zero. Days are filled with kayaking, hiking to waterfalls on the Nepali coast, canoe surfing with spinner dolphins, and picnicking in the Waimea Canyon.
July - I had the good fortune to take a new Land Rover Discovery on a three day road trip around Wyoming and Montana with my best buds Tony, Preston, and Dusty. We started in Grand Teton National Park and ended up in Glacier National Park, with lots of stops and activities along the way.
August - Elle Luna's 4th Bulan Project
September - A weekend at Lake Cushman for Cory & Bethany's Wedding
September - Hornblower Cruise with Passion Passport Express & Presto's 1st Birthday
October - An evening in Big Sur at The Post Ranch Inn
December - 2 weeks in Wyoming for another volume of Forever West. I also made the journey to Idaho for another visit to Earthfire Institute
I sat down with the folks at The Great Discontent to talk about how my creative story developed from a kid from New Jersey to where I am now.
"Describe your path to what you’re doing now. I've been painting and drawing since I was little. When it came time to go to college and I had to pick a major, I was going to choose fine art. My mom said, “I don’t know about that. You might want to go into the commercial art world.” So I chose advertising and graphic design at Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in Manhattan. I got lucky because I fell in love with typography and composition. I studied advertising and design for two years, and then did two years of graphic design. I’m originally from New York, so it was amazing to live in the city and have it as my campus. I grew up quickly there and learned more in a year of college than I did during all four years of high school..." Read the full article here