My recent trip to California was the best one yet. I witnessed and captured so many incredible landscapes and it left me with one unanswered question; Where to next?
Here are some shots from the trip that I didn't believe should be published worthy but still captured the experience well:
2015 was a big year. New Jersey is home to a lot of talented photographers so it is challenging to stand out from the rest. But this year I was blessed to have landed multiple online features, some including the biggest surf websites in the world; Surfline.com and Easternsurf.com. I also received my name in print a couple of times in Eastern Surf Magazine which was a new experience for me. I focused on learning the art of wedding and portrait photography as well as experiencing my first Milkyway shoot. I also traveled to California for a second straight year and left with images and memories ill have forever. As I enter a new year I look back on how this "hobby" has allowed me to meet so many amazing people who I'm lucky enough to call my friends. I am extremely excited to see where 2016 brings me but until then, heres a few of my favorite images of 2015. Thanks for viewing!!!!
Clear nights in March are prime to capture the rise of the Milky Way over the Atlantic Ocean. These shots were taken between 2am-4am on the morning after St.Patty's Day. ENJOY!
I was fortunate enough to be able to watch and photograph Manasquan local, Charles Mencel shape a board. The whole process was an eye opener as to how much really goes into a surfboard. This was by far the most fun that I've ever had during a photo shoot. ENJOY!