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Bison Public Transit. Yellowstone National Park

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Nature’s Public Transit System in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is the only place in the United States where bison (Bison bison) have lived continuously since prehistoric times. Yellowstone bison are exceptional because they comprise the nation’s largest bison population on public land, estimated at 4,900 in July 2014 and are among the few bison herds that have not been hybridized through interbreeding with cattle.

Fairy Falls. Yellowstone National Park

Fairy Falls. Yellowstone National Park


Don’t shoot what it looks like. Shoot what it feels like. -David Alan Harvey
Fairy Falls, Yellowstone National Park

Published. TrailRunner Magazine

TrailRunner Magazine

I look forward to shooting the Mogollon Monster 100 Mile Endurance Race all year long so I was stoked to see one of my images featured in the Trail Runner magazine July issue.
Creative ways to connect runners with their environment is what I strive for in my race imagery. I was lucky to have some thick fog on the course to work with. This is Michael Versteeg, the leader at Mile 14.
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(Conference) Room with a View

Vincent Benjamin Exterior

VB Interior

VincentBenjamin is growing and just recently moved into a new top floor office with some killer views. Here are an exterior and interior image of the new spot from a recent shoot. Although, I’m not sure how they get any work done in that conference room with those views of Piestewa Peak.

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Cover. Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly. Winter 2015

LEGO Taliesin west
It was awesome to have the opportunity to shoot this massive 8 feet x 8 feet LEGO replicate of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West. The model designed and build by LEGO master builder, Adam Reed Tucker contains close to 200,000 LEGO bricks in 11 colors and 120 different shapes. “This is absolutely the biggest Frank Lloyd Wright design that has ever been built with LEGO bricks,” says Tucker. “And without a doubt, the most complicated.”