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Dynamic Dirt

Last year, I stood in the pouring rain to photograph this event and wound up with poison ivy for six weeks. This time around, I woke up at 430AM to try again. Again, it was dark and cloudy. Rain was supposed to start at any minute. Different lens, different strategy. Am I sure which was […]

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Color Me Rad Maine

Yellow! On a warm, sunny morning I drove down to Brunswick for the Color Me Rad and took up my position at the yellow color station. After what I thought were some of the worst photos I’ve ever taken at the Color Run in South Portland in the rain, I wanted to walk away with […]

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A Rainy Day in South Portland

The forecast called for rain and wind and there I was up early to drive to South Portland, Maine to shoot another Color Run. As I arrived at the parking lot, the deluge began and I was hesitant to get out of the car. It was about a mile walk to my shooting position and […]

Walking the Plank

Dynamic Dirt Challenge

Last Sunday I was at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, Maine shooting the Dynamic Dirt Challenge for Gameface Media. There wasn’t anything easy about this job but it was a hell of a lot of fun! After waking up at 4:30 AM, I drove to the race, picked up my memory cards, and then spent […]

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Color Me Rad

On April 26th, Color Me Rad descended upon Manchester, NH and I was there with Gameface Media to shoot the event. My assignment was to take pre & post-race photos at the finish line and stage area. A standard zoom lens would have been ideal if I owned one! I wrapped up my camera to […]

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Bangor Color Run

As I walk down to the waterfront, all I am thinking is that I hope I don’t have to shoot purple again. It would be nice to have a new color to mix things up, but in the end, I’m stationed at the 4k mark and the organizers have decided that the color station will […]

Muddy Team

Mudderella

It’s a Saturday morning. My assignment – The Finish Line. Pose groups (or individuals) as they complete the course and capture 2-4 images of every single person. There are something like 11,000 people here. The first wave goes out at 740am. I’ve been awake since 4am. Where is the finish line? Backlit by the sun […]