Sunday, May 22, 2011

Nothing but moon light

I can't help but say I feel so fortunate and very grateful for the time I have been spending in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I have been captivated by its shear beauty and the hospitality of its down to earth people. On this day some friends and I had decided it was just right for a late night adventure. The night got started out on a interesting foot. With some very surreal images that had me very puzzled and equally intrigued. I noticed the full moon rising over a hill top and knew it would be a perfect moment to capture. I set my tripod up and pointed to the sky. Using a newly acquired film lens I start to notice some strange detail in the sky on all the images.  It looked as if the sun and the moon were rise together or maybe two different size moons. Either way it was surreal. I can only assume it has something to do with my lens and the way the light was shinning through the glass. Shifting the cameras position gave another interesting effect of rays shooting from the moon. Definitely a fun start to the night. After that we made our way deep into Grand Teton National Park to see the moon light shining ever so bright on the mountain tops. Yet another perfect moment in time with great friends by my side.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Jackson Hole Mountain Festival 2011

Jackson, Wyoming held their 6th Annual Jackson Hole Mountain Festival. An incredibly fun and FREE outdoor event held at the base of The Grand Tetons at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. This event is put on at the end of the ski and snowboarding season. A fun weekend full of great live music, raffles, and plenty of sunshine.
This years concert headliners were New Zealand's primer reggae band Katchafire. But getting the night started out was Jackson's own Rotating Super Structure. The night was topped off with a fabulous firework show lighting up the sky for more than a few thousand Jackson residents.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Portland's Abstract Earth Presents: Bogl, Paper Diamond & MiMosa

On April 29th, Abstract Earth Project brought MiMosa, Paper Diamond,  and Bogl to Branx, Portland Oregon. The night started with Bogl bringing his flavor of beats and wobbles followed by Paper Diamonds dirty dubstep. The evening was topped off with a dirty glass of MiMosa and the crowd was definitely tipsy with his heavy beats and hypnotic light show. Take a look at these few picture and enjoy!!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Panty Raid

The Abstract Earth Project presents two west coast producers dropping dirty dub-step beats, Marty Party and Ooah of Panty Raid keep the crowd raging all night long at the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, Oregon!

Monday, May 2, 2011

Made it to Jackson Hole today!!

Hey Everyone!! Thanx for stopping my blog! Hope you enjoy it and come by often. Don't forget to share this blog with your friends.

My passion has led me to explore all different styles of photography everything from wildlife and beautiful landscapes to music shows and events. I even enjoy getting in the studio. Always aiming for the abstract or surreal. I  just stepped into the digital world with my Nikon D40x. A great little camera, but I can already smell an upgrade. I also love the quality of film and could spend hours in the darkroom. My Holga holds a special place in my heart.  Love film but also love the convenience of digital.

Upon arriving in Jackson Hole today, we took a stroll through the National Elk Refuge . We saw plenty of wildlife immediately. Nothing like a glowing sunset over The Grand Tetons.