For a little over a year now Bangkok Photo Rambles has sustained itself with help from the extraordinary talents, skill and overall charisma of photographers John Stiles and Jeremiah Boulware. When the editors of Dé Modé contacted BPR looking for photographers to shoot former Miss Vietnam for the cover of the magazines upcoming edition weContinue reading “Miss Vietnam”
What is your Roller Derby name? Andy -War – Hole? Pussy Mulator? Josh Brawlin? From the professional endurance races dating back to the early part of the 20th century to the evolution of the contact sport we know today Roller Derby is a unique experience and if you have never been to one I highlyContinue reading “Bangkok Roller Derby”
Bangkok Photo Rambles has begun! Photographer and extraordinary gentlemen John Stiles and I have been working together to come up with a way to share the unique experience of photo walks in and around the rush that is Bangkok. We wanted to take people onto the off-beaten path and truly immerse themselves into the dailyContinue reading “Bangkok Photo Rambles”
My wife and I have been living overseas in South East Asia now for a little over five years. Four years in SE China and now we are on our second year in Thailand. It has been a great adventure and a wonderful learning experience. Every year has brought us closer to understanding the worldContinue reading “More Conversation Please”
Beautiful black and white images that give a poetic glimpse into the fascinating world of South East Asia. From China to the forest of Borneo these photographs will inspire the traveler within. Please click here to order a copy of Faces & Places Vol. 1 .
From the ordinary to the extraordinary it has become vital to capture the world around me. It is my hope that through these images I am able to offer a shared moment. A moment not unlike the feeling one gets through hearing a beautiful piece of music or being drawn in to the poetry ofContinue reading “Artist Statement (For Gallery Exhibition)”
Look no further than the Yangon Railway Station to find the beating heart of daily life in Myanmar’s largest city. Here you can catch the Circle Train near platform 7. Clanking along at a snails pace the trip takes about three hours and travels to the small satellite towns around Yangon. Its a great wayContinue reading “Myanmar (On the Yangon Circle Line)”
Recently I met up with photographer John Stiles on a photowalk in Chinatown Bangkok to explore, in street photography fashion, the unique beauty and sometimes chaotic celebrations of Chinese New Year. At times overwhelming to the senses as one could close their eyes at any given moment and feel as though they were at theContinue reading “BTS Chinatown Bangkok”
Had a blast photographing in Singapore over the past couple of days. And got to spend the ThankingsGiving holiday with my beautiful wife Sarah to whom I am thankful for each and every day. Enjoy the photos!