Mini-Documentary about my photography!

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For perhaps the first time in the history of being a photographer — I am posting a photo of myself! Well, maybe there’s a self-portrait or two in there. But it is not a common sight. And that is because, today I am announcing the release of a mini-documentary about my photography!

To say I am self conscious feels like an understatement. But now that I have said that, I can now say how excited I am to be a part of these series. To be paired with Fidalis Buehler feels like a huge honor. But also, the documentary is just beautiful. Ethan Vincent (who is credited to the above image) and his team did a wonderful job.

It was a wonderful experience to be able to revisit my Population 800 project, exploring a town I haven’t been to in years. It was the place that I took one of the main images for the project, a portrait of three men in a blizzard drinking coffee (which later won the LATITUDE portrait contest). If you are unfamiliar with the work, or just want to see more of it, you can visit it on my website.

The whole project was a fun reflection about my work. About the things I love to photograph, the stories I love to tell, and what’s important to me.

To see the full documentary, you can see it on the BYU TV website.

Please note:

1 – My segment starts half way

2 – I do not own a Dodge Charger.. that was the only rental car left when I flew out for filming.

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