Puerto Rico's Backdoor in perfect form.
Bathsheba Tide Pools.
Near perfect conditions and storm brewing at sea. Sebastian Inlet, Florida. Spring 2014.
Published by Surfing Magazine
Round House Hotel, overlooking the Bathsheba tide pools.
Walking around Bathsheba, Barbados in an experience. The beauty of this place is amazing, and the colors pop. Midday lighting had me hooked.
Reflections of Eco Lake
During a Poler Stuff shoot, Northern California, 4th of July, 2013.
Winter Storm Jonas
Taking airs to the next level during Hurricane Gonzalo, Sebastian Inlet, 2014.
the Brate Date
A beautiful kiss, Trevor & Kathleen Brate. Nov 2014.
Streets of Antigua.
Long Exposure taken pre-dawn in the streets of Antigua, Guatemala. Shot at 100iso, F11, 30sec.
Its not often that you can find such a perfectly formed barrel such as this on the East Coast. This glassy tube has earned a spot in my top favorites and is sold as one of my Limited Edition Fine Art Prints, currently available on Glass and Aluminum.
A Minnesota getaway, the StillWater Oaks. 2008.
20ft under the ledge.
Cave Diving Laguna Beach, Fall 2013.
Momma & Calf.
Humpbacks of the coast of Maui, Hawaii, 2013.
Diving the magnificent reef's of the Hawaiian Islands. Maui, 2013.
4th of July Festivities.
There is no adventure like an American holiday. Summer 2012.
A unique view of the inside of a barrel as the lip of the wave closes in on my housing. This split second timing created an image that I have not seen the likes of. I often try to mimmic it, but have not succeeded in doing so. The next moment the barrel fell on my housing crushing it into my face.... ouch. Well worth the effort. Vero Beach, FL. Spring 2014.
Published in the issue #1 of Corduroy Lifestyles. Editors choice of Minnesota's abstract landscapes. Fall 2007.
Many nights were spent under the stars during my stay in Laguna Beach, CA. This guard tower was a favorite scene to soak up. Summer 2012.
The Final Goodbye. Trevor & Kathleen Brate, Fall 2014.
Amazingly Clear water in Laguna Beach, Ca. Summer 2013.
Founder of House of 1817, John Hodge, gets a glimpse of the fading light as we leave the steps of Des Moines, Iowa Capital.
Portfolio for Nathaniel Harrington, @natehphoto.
Water and Lifestyle Photography
A life time of creating.