The Alaskan wilderness is a strange place – absolutely gigantic, strikingly beautiful in a stark, graphic kind of way, and perpetually lit (the sun doesn’t even start thinking about going down until at least 10pm). The kind of place that makes you feel like the most insignificant speck in the universe. Here’s a few pictures I snapped along the way on our journey from the Denali Highway down to the Kenai Peninsula.
In keeping with the retrospectively nostalgic vibe of NYE, I thought I would throw together a few images of different spaces that I was incredibly lucky enough to inhabit during 2010. They range from cluttered & intimate to awe-inspiringly huge, and they all represent particularly special moments for me throughout the year. Beck’s Festival Bar (Sydney, Australia) One of the highlights of this year’s Sydney Festival, Beck’s Festival Bar hosted the amazing Grizzly Bear. I arrived a little late to the […]
Chinatown, at the southern end of Sydney’s CBD, is jam-packed with amazing restaurants. A couple of months back, I spent a few fun afternoons walking around the area, photographing some of the top spots for Urban Walkabout‘s new Food Lover’s Guide to Chinatown & Haymarket.
Infinite sunshine, drool-worthy Mexican food, street festivals, endless cups of coffee – for the last two weeks, I’ve been soaking up the culture of Venice Beach, Santa Monica and the surrounding areas in Los Angeles, California. I was there on business, so most of my time was spent trekking up and down the freeways and working out of the Animal Logic office, but I was free on the weekends to venture out and explore. Morgan and Jay work in the […]
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Last month I took a break and went to Thailand with my friend Chris for a couple of weeks. The bulk of our time was spent on the island of Koh Samui, with a few days in Bangkok on the way home thrown in. (photo by Chris Deal) Thailand is humid, beautiful, commercial, stressful and relaxing all at the same time depending on where you are and what you’re doing. It’s full of fantastic food, animals, friendly people, majestic islands, […]