After receiving quite a lot of requests, I am finally going to be teaching a photography workshop at the beautiful Quaker Cove Retreat Center. The class will mainly be an introduction, covering the basics of photography. It will include two four-hour sessions. One on Saturday, January 23rd, and Saturday the 30th. I'm hoping to limit the … Continue reading Sign Up! Photography Workshop on January 23rd and 30th
Alas, my 2014 fishing voyage has drawn to a close. It has been a good three weeks, and it went by fast! We had a hard time getting into the fish at first, but over all we did well. It was eventful. We hit some rough weather (9' - 14' seas), had to harbor in a … Continue reading Alaska 2014
Had a good time photographing my son's preschool class a few weeks ago. Liam had his "moving up" ceremony yesterday, and is officially done with preschool... My how the time flies.
I recently enjoyed one of my most unique photo opportunities to date. My good friend Aaron Bryant asked me to accompany him on a couple climbs on Mt. Erie in order to provide photographs for the newly revised Mt. Erie guidebook, "Rockin' on the Rock." Aaron, in partnership with Jim Thompson, have put many hours … Continue reading Photography on the “Rock!”
Wrapping up this trip, I can't believe it's already time to go home, and yet, I am also very anxious to see my wife and my boys! The fishing tapered off a bit, so for our last day, we headed off to another locations and caught some coho salmon to take home. I got a … Continue reading Fishing in Alaska – Part 3
We set out again on Thursday and fished Friday through Monday. Friday was an incredible day. We caught 190 fish! Saturday not so good - 43 or so. Sunday was okay - 82. Monday was the worst - 34. The wind picked up on Monday and so we headed home in the evening. A real … Continue reading Fishing in Alaska – Part 2
Back in my hometown, Ketchikan, AK, for a month of intense fishing on my parents' boat, the Suzi Q. I miss my wife and my boys, I haven't ever been away from my job at the church for this long, but I'm also happy to be in my native homeland with family and have the … Continue reading Fishing in Alaska, Part 1