Balsamroot Wildflowers and Rainbow

A Nature Photographer’s Most Important Tool

Arrowhead balsamroot wildflowers blooming below a rainbow stemming from a rain shower. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Yesterday I pushed myself to be up for sunrise, crawling out of bed at 5am. Since I’ve recently moved from northern Jackson to Wilson, Wyoming, the drive is a bit farther to be in most areas of Grand Teton National Park.… Keep reading...

Moose in Fall Cottonwoods

How To Unleash Your Creativity as a Photographer

Moose in Fall Cottonwoods

We all hit dry spells. Sometimes photographers will complain that there’s nothing out there to shoot. Writers will come across a writer’s block. Many other artists will say they simply haven’t had enough to drink yet. Obviously with the lack of blog posts I’ve had lately, there’s a reason I’m typing this up.… Keep reading...

Great-Horned Owlet in Cottonwood Tree

Great-Horned Owlet in the Gros Ventre Campground

Great-Horned Owlet in Cottonwood Tree

I feel as though I haven’t been posting very much lately, and I’m going to immediately blame the World Cup. There are certainly other factors at play though. Summers are a very busy time in Jackson Hole and spring has officially begun winding down to make way for summer and in addition to that, I recently moved from northern Jackson down to Wilson, Wyoming, just west of downtown Jackson.… Keep reading...

Teton Sunrise at Schwabacher Landing

Teton Sunrise from Schwabacher Landing

A colorful sunrise reflected in the calm waters at Schwabacher Landing. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

I’ve been working on getting up more often for sunrise while there’s plenty of green on the ground, something I missed out on last summer. With it being my first summer up here then, I was surprised at how quickly things change around here.… Keep reading...