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Featured Images. Out of Season Dust Storm hits Phoenix

When I got the “Dust Storm” warning on my phone I thought it was a joke. A dust storm in March? No way! Then text started coming in from my friends around the Valley. It was real and it was big. I usually have a dust storm pack ready for situations like this so I can just  grab and go. But this one is out of season, way out of season. Arizona does not usually see these type of storms until late June at the earliest. I hopped in my truck with all my gear and raced up to a location in time to take a few images of the massive dust storm coming from the South. Stretching across for miles and miles, this dust storm was one of the longest Ive seen in the past few years. These major dust storms wreak havoc on the entire Phoenix valley, causing cars to pull over on the highway and coating the Valley in a thick layer of dust. New reports are also coming out about the correlation between Valley Fever, a fungal infection of the lungs stirred up by these massive dust storms. I’m not sure what this early dust storm mean for the rest of the season but I’ll have my dust storm pack ready for the next one for sure.

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Published Front Cover. The Phoenix Bucket List. Phoenix New Times

This was a fun studio shoot at the @drive-Thru Gallery & Studio. The wings and bucket are my photography contribution to the cover with the other features added in post.

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Narrows. Zion National Park

On this day, March 18, 1918, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill that changed the name of Mukuntuweap National Monument to Zion National Monument. In the same bill, Zion also quadrupled in size to include the Towers of the Virgin, Pine Creek, and the West Rim.

Image taken in the Narrows section of Zion National Park over the summer. 80% of the hike is in the water. One of the coolest and scariest (flash floods) places I have hiked through…ever.

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WRIGHT AT HOME: My Frank Lloyd Wright Photography Show

American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, move to Arizona in 1937. Here, he built two private residence for himself and his family: Taliesin West in 1937, and the David and Gladys Wright house in 1952. Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation photographer Andrew Pielage of Andrew Pielage Photographycaptures stunning images of these architectural laboratories as they stand today. Come see Pielage’s exclusive photography of these two masterfully designed Frank Lloyd Wright homes for Artlink Phoenix Art Detour this weekend at The Drive-Thru Gallery & Studio in downtown Phoenix. Show sponsored by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Image Craft, LLC

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Published. Front Cover. Coming out Twice. Phoenix New Times

Awesome time photographing this fun and courageous front cover.

Read the story here: http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/2014-02-20/news/gay-and-undocumented-coming-out-twice/

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