In the past I’ve tried to keep my photography focused when it came to what I shared on my web site and what I made available for sale. My passion is, of course, conservation photography, but its not all I do. For fun I sometimes photograph that which nature is taking back, that sub genre of photography called urban decay; and for business I’ve photographed events and pets and people. But, as I shared in How To Appreciate A Road Trip, there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes.
I would not be able to do what I do, without the roads I travel. While much of my work is within National Parks, there’s a good bit of time spent wandering and photographing the highways, byways and backways to get there. The people I meet and talk to about what I’m doing are met all over the place, but usually not when off in the woods somewhere. The experiences I’ve had, and continue to have, that brought me to my work, are found on the road. If you’ve read some of my past blogs, you understand that I found myself while traveling as well.
Road tripping, solo travel, exploring the world, bravely going where you haven’t gone before- these are all part of what I love.
So I’ve created “In Support Of Road Trips” a gallery of road trip themed work. Its both a collection of work to celebrate these elements of my work, share some of the roads I’ve traveled and provide them as merchandise permanently “on sale”.