I am a cyclist. I am a photographer. I live in NYC. This, then, is my love letter to NYC. For the rest of the photos, click here. [UPDATE] It seems these photos have gone a bit ‘viral’. Awesome! I love that they’ve resonated with so many of you. It’s incredible, really. So here’s a […]
It’s a great day for a ride. For a parade. For a BBQ and for fireworks. Enjoy it. Happy Birthday, America!
It’s been a seriously crap winter in the Northeast this year (if you define a crap winter as a warm one with no snow, as I do), so I’ve been spending more time on my bike than normal during this time of year. During today’s ride, I realized that I don’t share any of the […]
This week was even windier than last week. But I want to focus on how expansive and empty this place is. Really, it’s an abandoned airport runway… From Tuesday night, 7.27.2010 @ FBF.
There really isn’t any break from the wind on an abandoned runway. From Tuesday night, 7.20.2010 @ FBF.
My good buddy Aleks asked if I’d get a few shots of him on his dual sport motorcycle. I said ‘no prob’. So we went out one afternoon as the temp neared 100(!) and got some fun shots.
It was raining when I climbed the Tourmalet in 2006. It’s supposed to be raining tomorrow when Stage 17 of the Tour finishes atop it. I can’t wait.
Funny name, great race venue! I covered it for cyclingnews.com. The race report, with my photos, can be found here. Sue also did a follow up piece with a few of my photos on Krista Park, who lives out of an RV! How neat is that!? (article is here.) Sometimes I feel like I live […]
Maybe. They threw snowballs at Santa Claus decades ago. They vandalized a mobile broadcast booth recently. And when I was there to photograph the TD Bank Philadelphia International Championships, I saw this:
Backtracking a bit, I shot the Plattekill KHS Gravity Open (Pro GRT #2) in May. That’s a mouthful, eh? Camped overnight between the practice day and the finals. Getting good use out of the side of the Voncooper van.