Tag Archives: black and white landscape photography


F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Podcast

The very talented Matt Payne recently interviewed me for his new Landscape Photography Podcast: F-Stop Collaborate and Listen. It was an honor and a ton of fun to chat about my passion for landscape photography. We […]


Black and White Landscape Photography: Why it’s still relevant today

Black and White Landscape Photography Let’s face it; we live in a world of saturated colors. In recent years it seems that the popularity of a photo is dictated by the ‘wow factor’. Saturated colors, […]


Enchantments: Behind the Shot

Behind the Shot Enchantments Edition: “Inclement Weather” The journey to this photo started at Isolation Lake in the Upper Enchantments Core. We decided to take a jaunt up to the summit of Little Annapurna, break […]


Post Processing Videos

I will be releasing my first of a series of Post Processing Videos in March 2018. They will feature the techniques that I use to achieve my signature look in my black and white images. […]


An Experiment in Black and White Landscape Photography

Shifting Your Mindset: Black and White Landscape Photography Prior to starting this project I had worked with various monochrome techniques (producing photos with one hue of color such as blue) but I had never really, […]



Welcome to my black and white forests image gallery.  Here you will find a collection of my favorite images from the forests of Washington, Oregon and through out much of the Pacific Northwest.


Intimates & Abstracts

Welcome to the more intimate side of black and white landscape photography.  Here you will find a collection of some of my favorite abstract and more intimate scenes.   




About Me

Artist Statement A photograph is a powerful thing and as a photographer the ultimate goal is to bring life, to evoke emotion and to initiate a spark; a spark that can flourish even in the […]



Pacific Northwest Landscape Photography