Bill carried himself as one of the most grounded people I have ever been fortunate enough to meet… let alone call grandfather.
Back in February I had an incredible opportunity to drive a semi-truck for the first time.
When street photography first piqued my interest, I inevitably stumbled upon the world of Hamburger Eyes. I am incredibly proud to be a part of their effort to tell "The Continuing Story of Life on Earth".
Captured across three tours over a span of two years, Me and the Boys in the Band is an homage to life on the road with Zac Brown Band. Shot entirely on Kodak Vision 3 Super 8mm motion picture film.
When looking back over my photographs from 2019, I feel astounded at what an incredible year it was.
A look back at my favorite moments from The Owl tour.
I still haven’t quite wrapped my head around the entirety of my 3788 mile trip across America on an old Harley-Davidson...
I once saw a quote that read “I never wanted a Harley-Davidson… but I always wanted a Sportster”. This sentiment rang wildly true for me. Harley culture was not initially appealing to me at all… ...
A break-neck tribute to the road crew chasing Zac Brown Band around the globe for the past two years. Shot entirely on Kodak Vision 3 Super 8mm motion picture film.
A short film I put together from our trip up 395 to Mammoth Lakes. Shot entirely on Kodak Vision 3 Super 8mm motion picture film.