As we blast off into summer, you’re going to need some soundtrack supplies for adventures into stellar realms. Below you’ll find a collection of melodies that will fire-up fine spirits and Vernal energies to propel and uplift way past the solstice. Whether you have a convertible or not, in your mind’s eye you’ll soon have the top down, wind coursing through your hair, campfire in the seat next to you, fully stocked cooler piloting a motorcycle within arm’s reach, perpetual fireworks framing […]
Recently visiting the Sitzmark Club at the Alta Lodge in Little Cottonwood Canyon, I saw a legendary ‘Ski Utah’ poster from decades past. It inspired a search into vintage skiing posters. Below is a collection of some of the best ski posters from simpler times (& fictional :} ).
Thanks to my cuz Kristen (who should be having a baby any week / month now!), we got an extra special treat for you in the form of a Mumford & Sons track chock-full of humor. If you’ve seen it, you’ll probably want to see it again, and if not, get freeekin’ excited. HOPELESS WANDERER!
With Banksy being in the news recently in relation to a piece he did for the London Olympics this past summer being stolen off a wall and put in an Art Auction in Miami, (full story here), a small tribute to some of his great works seemed in order. A true living legend, Banksy’s work is thought provoking and incredibly digestible. BRILLIANT If by chance you haven’t seen “Exit Through The Gift Shop”, be sure to check out the extended […]
Welcome to the 200th Post of this humble little site! Jeez La-wheez it’s been a while since the last update on this site – the past few weeks have been super busy with hanging an exhibition of some of my photographs in a sweet little tea shop here in Bend – for those of you that aren’t able to make it in person I’ve included the selection of photographs on display below. But let’s get some tunes rockin eh? Hit […]
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The scenes and phenomena captured in this video is quite unreal. Using High Dynamic Range (HDR) bracketing, top of the line Digital SLR’s are able to combine exposures to blend details from the highlights, as well as record faint light such as star clusters. If you aren’t blown away by this, I will refund your 4 Minutes of life that you take to watch it. MARVELOUS MONTAGE.
Whilst walking around the Utah Art Fair June (’12) I came upon the booth of Owen Mortensen and was blown away by his work with leaves and bamboo. Using an exclusive process he has dubbed S3 (Selectively Skeletonized Sycamores), Mortensen stuns viewers in exposing the incredibly ornate veins and natural workings of a ‘simple’ leaf. Here is an excerpt from Mortensen’s statement from his website: “A common theme to Owen’s work is the concept of transition, progression and/or lifespan, portrayed […]
Southern Utah is one of the most unique areas on the Earth. Considering the forces and time necessary to make all the geologic formations a reality, is humbling to say the least. Below are some images I have taken over the past few years.