Category Archives: editorial photography

          The Ridge of Wind “The wind never stops blowing here” Mr. Park said with a hint of despair from behind the steering wheel. He leaned forward, his nose almost touching the windshield, and strained to glance the tops of the steep hills lining the road – “Were you cold?”. “I’d […]

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In May of 2015 I was contracted to produce 12 editorial/travel pieces for LX Magazine, a monthly publication funded by Korea Land and Geographical Information Corporation. My section was titled “Looking Through the Blue Eye” (even though my eyes are brown) and consisted of 8-12 photos and short essay with emphasis on the relationship between […]

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Regretfully I have only explored a handful of caves during my mere thirty-three years on this planet. It is always exhilarating stepping into an environment we glimpse so seldom. I arrived at Seongnyu Cave, 15 minutes south of Uljin, at 0700 to greet the rising sun on the Korean peninsula’s second most easterly point. The […]

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Home, shelter, a necessity shared by humanity since the beginning of time. At its most basic level, a home is the place we go to stay safe from the elements and danger. But home is also so much more than mere shelter. Through its location, design and decor a home speaks volumes about those living […]

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I sat across from Pete wolfing down a whopper, famished and sore. Pete was imparting a brief history lesson in the 20 minutes we had left before my KTX was set to leave. “Nampodong was actually Busan’s original city center” Pete said between french fries. He went on to explain that this impart due to […]

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