Online Gallery

I’m excited to announce that my new online gallery is now available on the Virtual Galley page! This virtual gallery lets you tour and view selections of my work from, well, anywhere. The virtual gallery is an exciting way to discover and browse my photography, and it is just like being there in person.

Online Gallery

I’ve carefully selected some of my favorite pieces to showcase in the online gallery, organized into four wings: Adventure, History, Journey, and Route 66. Once inside the wing, you move around however you like, and there will always be another stunning photograph around the next corner. You can come back to the lobby to select a different wing.

Each piece has a title card, and some title cards are clickable. Clicking cards outlined in blue take you to the piece’s web page, where you can view more details, read the story, and purchase it. As for the others? Those are from my archives! I’ve dug deep in the digital cellar to find some of my favorite scenes that I want to share with you.

Online Gallery

Moving around is simple. If you are on a keyboard, use the arrow keys, and if you are on a touch screen, your finger moves you around. Click or tap the title card for more information. There are options at the bottom that let you customize how the gallery will work for you.


I want to thank my friends at Galeryst for helping me bring my online gallery to you. Galeryst is, well, nothing short of fantastic. They are a small team dedicated to making sure your work stands out, Galeryst is incredibly flexible and super customizable. You will be delighted with the results. If you’re an artist, I encourage you to give them a try. Be sure to head over to their featured galleries page to check out some of the other artists!

Let’s dive into the online gallery: the doors are open, and adventure, history, journies, and Route 66 awaits.

Ever Onward

The adventure continues in Ever Onward!

Ever Onward, my fourth book, is now available. You’ll encounter everything from the frigid Alaskan night in winter to terrifying tornados to tender moments on the waterways. We’ll visit more national parks, and yes, we stay up late after dark to wonder at the night sky!

Ever Onward

Of course, the stunning photographs make Ever Onward a wonderful volume, but the stories are what makes the book. I take you behind the scenes on my adventures, and we can spend the time we need to properly tell the story. We go deep into the backcountry of Mesa Verde National Park to visit places that few ever have the privilege to witness. We trek into the far reaches of Death Valley National Park to explore its past and hear tales told to me by those who might know, or they might be just a story. And we find something very unexpected along the way, too.

We meander through swamps and byways. We’ll marvel in the forests. We climb tall mountains. Together, we stand on the shoreline of oceans, and yes, we even go on the ocean, much to my dismay. We even peer through telescopes to see the wonders that lay beyond our planet’s confines.

We go Ever Onward, exploring, being delighted and amazed, and seeing the world around us in a whole new light.

Like Route 66, Sojournic Tales and Unbounded Chronicles, Ever Onward has the same trim size, making a fantastic collection for you. The premium pages are heavyweight and the colors rich and true.

Be sure you order your copy today!

Grand Opening: Fringe Photography at High Desert art & frame

I have a very fun announcement for me to make.

Starting on Saturday, March 25, 2017, I will have permanent gallery space at High Desert art & frame in Albuquerque, New Mexico!

This installation will feature some of my favorite works, as well as a few goodies that I do not usually offer (what those might be, well, there is one way to find out…) It will be evergreen, meaning new works will appear here. Also, we will be hosted some exciting events as well.

To celebrate this, we are having our official Grand Opening on Saturday, March 25, 2017, from 4-6 PM. There will be a special gift for the first twenty-five people, as well as a very special live performance by Ed Oates.

High Desert art & frame is located at 12611 Montgomery Blvd Ne, Suite A-4, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87111. This is the corner of Tramway & Montgomery. You can contact them at (505) 265-4066, and visit them on the web at

I hope you can join us on Saturday, but if not, please stop by and visit us.