Whats New with RC

On February 19, 2016 KelbyOne announced “…a strategic realignment plan designed to refocus our efforts on the core principles that KelbyOne was founded upon, which is to provide affordable, world-class, online training to creative people everywhere.” As a result of this – the content team responsible for producing classes internally for KelbyOne (Mia McCormick, Pete Collins, Corey Barker, and I) were no longer employees of Kelby Media Group. Being able to shape and direct the content that was brought to all of you is something that I look back at with immense pride, and I am grateful to have served…


Leave It To Destiny

Another shoot in progress – I’ve been working on this stock image library for obesity and it’s been one of the most frustrating , slow, annoying, angering projects I’ve dealt with. And it has nothing to do with the people themselves. Man does society need to look at itself in the mirror….Writing it all down and I’ll share it on the blog soon.  … So in the middle of the frustration you see Destiny. And you see why this is something you need to keep pushing… Thank you for that …


Lightroom Intensive in Los Angeles

Next Friday May 20, 2016 from 6-9PM I will be returning to the Canon Experience Center in Costa Mesa, CA to teach a Lightroom Intensive Class. Collections and Collection Sets to, Catalog Management; Metadata & Tone Presets. Keywording Strategies and a LIVE shoot. If you’re in the Los Angeles Area, you certainly dont want to miss it! Register Here! https://learn.usa.canon.com/…/oc/20160520_oc_lightroom.shtml


Warren at Joshua Tree

Had an absolute blast hanging out with the folks at Olloclip for their Kickstarter experience.  After traveling several days out in southern California we headed out to Joshua Tree for some hiking and pictures. Made a quick picture of my friend Warren – a wonderful graphic designer and musician with The Post War.  Loved how small he is in the frame on the left compared to the immense rock formations in Joshua Tree.  Think i’ll be running this one through the Pro-1000 to see what it looks like printed big!