Witch of November

5x7 split tone contact print from new series Witch of November posted on my site.***SS Carl Bradley sank 5:35pm November 18th 1958 360 feet of water 12miles south west of gull island. 33 of the 35 men on board were lost when a winter storm took down the ship. 2017, 35 degrees, winds 20-29mph, waves around 13feet out of north west. 



Christmas Tree Ship

5x7 split tone contact print from new series Witch of November posted on my site. *** Schooner Rouse Simmons hauling christmas trees sank November 23nd, 1912 6 miles northeast of Rawley Point WI amid gale force winds and heavy seas. Around mid afternoon at roughly 3:10pm the ships flag was at half mast and was its last sitting before sinking taking all souls on board. Photo taken, November 23rd 2017 with SW winds 10-15 knots waves 2 feet or less temperature 39 and sunny. 



New film shot for Serpentijn Art and Athletics

I just processed some of my 120mm film I shot recently while doing portraits for Serpentijn Art and Athletics.  


Gotta love the feel of film. Shot on bronica sq with 110mm f4 macro on Ilford fp4.  


new personal project coming soon to my site. Witch of November (2017-present), is a photographic project where I document some of the more notable nautical disasters that have felt the brutal force of mother nature on Lake Michigan during the month of November.

Here is the first in the series from the SS Appomattox that ran aground in blinding fog 3am of November 2, 1905 atwater beach milwaukee. Photo taken on November, 2nd 2017 3am 21:50 min @f5.6 iso 400. 45 degrees 6mph ssw wind complete overcast. This is a digital file of the 5x7 split tone contact print on 8x10 fiber based silver gelatin paper. 



In a attempt to be more proactive in my marketing for 2018, I along with the help of friend and client Peter Dennen from PedroandJackie.com have produced a new 5x8” post card for editorial clients. This run of cards is the first of many new digital and print promo work that I will be sending out to existing and potential new clients. This portrait is from a shoot I did this winter for a client I love working for and have been lucky enough to shoot a number of fun assignments last year Politico. This is a portrait of Madison Chief of Police, Mike Koval. Mike along with his whole staff were a pleasure to work with and made my job a breeze.