Colorado, and most of the west for that matter, has been getting pounded by a powerful winter storm these last few days. This last weekend we did a quick trip to Ouray to catch up with some friends and get out for some backcountry powder turns.
Although we were both a bit sad to leave, after two great days of skiing we hightailed it through the blizzard back to Crested Butte, where two feet of powder blanketed the Butte by Monday!
I occasionally license my photography for various uses, normally involving magazine or calendar print publications. But I thought I’d share with you one of the more unusual recent uses of my photos! Cellist Antonio Lysy recently featured a photo of mine from the fjords of Norway as a backdrop projection during his solo performance of the Bach Cello Suites at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica. I’m honored that my photo was able to grace the stage behind such an accomplished musician!
It’s been a slow start to the season this year around here, especially with the infamous Crested Butte “doughnut hole” in full effect, but we’ve finally got a bigger storm heading through this week. All I want for Christmas is a couple more feet of snow!
David Johnston runs a great photography podcast called the Photography Roundtable where he discusses photography related topics with a variety of different photographers. David recently interviewed me via Skype and we discussed various topics including my background in photography, favorite places to shoot, processing techniques, gear and printing preferences, and more. Check it out here!