I’ve been on the road more than I’ve been home as of late and it’s been amazing but incredibly challenging at the same time. Stay tuned for updates, and look for upcoming posts to drop soon with a full update.
Until next time.
I got the chance to catch up with Brandon Dosch right before he moved to Austin, TX a few weeks ago and we got to not only work on TTL #100 but we also had the opportunity to do a bike check feature for ESPN which you can check out by clicking HERE.
I have a few more ESPN projects that will be dropping soon so keep posted to the site and don’t miss them when they come out!
It’s been a busy past few months getting GOLDEN AGE STUDIO up and running, shooting as much as possible, working on my weekly column, and maintaing some level of sanity.
Check out the newest ESPN feature that I worked on with BMX legend Jimmy Levan. I went and spent an afternoon chillin’ at his house and listening to him share some amazing stories along the way.
Another new ESPN feature with Shawn Mcintosh that takes a detailed look at his current bike of choice. See what kind of bike it takes to get on the cover of the newest issue of RIDE magazine.
I also wrote a new TTL Feature #102 detailing the differences between my now backup body and my brand new Canon 6D that you can check out HERE. While you are at it, don’t forget to check out #99, #100, and #101.
We also recently featured the video from our Grand Opening filmed and edited by the talented Dylan Pfohl which you can see HERE. Other than that, we’ve been busy working on the studio and getting the word out there that we are up and running and can handle any of your photography needs.
I also shot some engagement photos for my friends Jason and Missy recently in Malibu. If you are looking for photos of an kind email me at email@example.com for a quote today. That’s all for now, I have a lot of projects to finish up and continue working on at the moment. More to come, as always check back often!
The Golden Age Studio opening party was amazing. After three months of hard work, tireless nights, and money well spent my wife and I finally officially opened the studio. We were surrounded by friends and family, and it felt amazing to hear everyone’s feedback on the place.
I also am glad to have finally shown my first solo show ever with an all-film series based titled “EAST” which is and will be hanging through January and into February. There is still time to come in and take a look around. Now that we are officially open I will also be taking clients and working on building my current studio portfolio in the meantime. Stop in anytime at 221 South Victory Blvd. Burbank, CA 91502.
Here is a look at my newest ESPN project as well as my newest column TTL #99.
Check out a day in the life with Broc Raiford HERE.
Check out a feature about Print vs. Online HERE.
My wife and I are having a grand opening/party for our new shared studio space here in Burbank, California. I am also going to be showing 12 images from this past summer that I sot while on the East Coast. Check the flyer for details and if you are in and around the L.A. area it would be rad if you could make it out. It’s going to be a good time for sure. Also follow us on Instagram @goldenagestudio to keep up on all things Golden Age.
I flew out to San Antonio, Texas last week for another commercial shoot. This time I was shooting at the San Antonio Marathon. I had a little bit of free time and was able to shoot some personal film content as well which is always my favorite part of traveling.
Keep an eye out for some of those to be popping up in a few weeks when I get all of the film processed. Other than that, we just officially finished getting the logo painted at the studio, and we are one step closer to having the opening party/gallery.
In TTL news, the new shirts are printed, and ready to ship worldwide. Check out www.bmxunion.com and hit up the web store and grab one today.
Also be sure to check out this week’s column #92 featuring Garrett Reynolds and a behind-the-scenes look at the photo above. Thanks as always for the support and keep posted for more soon!
I was lucky enough to be able to review a camera bag for Inside Line Equipment and feature it for this week’s column. Check it out here.
So I flew to NYC recently to shoot another marathon project for Poland Springs water at the NYC Marathon. It was a crazy quick trip but luckily everything worked out, I got the job done, and the clients are happy which is all that matters.
The Marathon was crazy, and just around 48,000 people ran the race. It was cold as hell and definitely a bit chaotic in the city but it was a fun day for sure.
It was crazy to see all of the added security since the Boston Marathon. There was a police presence everywhere, including in the air. If you do a quick search for Poland Springs Water on Facebook you will see some of the photos that I shot. All in all I was in NYC for 18 hours. Crazy to fly across the entire country for less than a day but it was an adventure for sure.