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PIK Magazine December 2013 Feature – Korea Editorial Photographer

I was given the honor of being in PIK (Photographers in Korea) Magazine again for their December issue. This time, I got a full 4-page feature. I get…

Hansando: Into the Mist – Tongyeong Korea Landscape and Travel Photography (통영한산도)

As I write this, Korea is falling deeper into winter. It feels especially cold today and I’m missing the warmth of summer more and more. One beautiful thing…

October 2013 Tear Sheets + Quick Tips on Getting Photos Noticed – Korea Editorial Photographer

My work was featured in a couple of publications last month. First up, we have PIK (Photographers in Korea). It’s a new magazine that, as the title states,…

Jeungdo (전라남도증도): The Land of Salt and Mudskippers – Korea Landscape Photography

This past summer my family and I went on a trip to Jeungdo (전라남도증도), an island in South Jeolla province off the western coast South Korea.  Jeungdo is…

Jangma’s Clouds (장마의구름) – Korea Travel and Landscape Photographer

Here’s a little series I did over the summer.  I’ve always been fascinated by the clouds brought by the “Jangma” (장마), or East Asian monsoon and I wanted to…

Cruising Down the Seawall – Korea Jeollabuk-do Travel and Landscape Photography

It’s official! I’m on vacation for the next week! My family and I will be taking a road trip to the province of Jeollanam-do (a.k.a. South Jeolla, 전라남도)….

Under a Cloudy Sky – Jeju Korea Travel and Landscape Photographer

Jeju Island (제주도) is one of Korea’s most popular tourist destinations for locals and foreigners alike. This sub-tropical island paradise is full of natural beauty thanks to its…

Buddha’s Birthday in Korea – My First Month With the Fujifilm X100s

Every May, temples all over Korea light up with lanterns in celebration of Buddha’s birthday. In over four years of living in Korea, I have never really gone…

Love Your Compact Camera

Yesterday, as I was getting ready for a casual Sunday drive and sunset watch with my wife to a picturesque location, I was once again faced with the…

Daklis: Traditional Fishing in Ilocos Sur – Philippine Travel Photographer

Daklis is a traditional fishing method used by the people of Ilocos, Philippines. It is a community activity that involves villagers young and old.  Essentially, the whole village…

Sining Dagway 2007 – Mt. Gulugod Baboy, Batangas, Philippines Travel Photography

On February 24th, 2007, mountaineers, artists, environmentalists, musicians, and photographers got together to increase awareness about nature, indigenous people, art, music and culture. Sining Dagway: Kultura, Kalikasan, Musika…