A Little Bit About Me…

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Brian Rueb for Aperture Academy last year. As many of you may know, I have recently begun teaching workshops with ApCad, and I could not be happier.  Not only am I getting out into the field to share my love of photography... read more

And I Cried…

Planning is underway for another visit back to Death Valley this winter, which got me thinking and remembering my last visit. Here is a post I made a couple of years ago… I had just returned from spending a week or so in Death Valley National Park, and while the... read more

Get Up In It…

Photographing waterfalls can be a rush – one of the biggest rushes in photography!  Every single one has it’s own personality and moods, which in turn will vary based on all kinds of different environmental factors (in addition to the ever-changing light... read more

The Importance of Being There

Do you ever wake up to the sound of an alarm clock, glance up at the edges of what are supposed to be the curtains blocking the window, looking for that tell-tale glow which will signify to your sleepy brain that the sky outside has begun to get lighter? After a brief... read more

About Joe

I am a California-based photographer with a passion for the natural and urban landscape, both real and abstract.

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