This is where I hope to share with you my most recent work on a day to day basis. Nothing fancy, just rad stuff as its happening. Hope you enjoy.

Bali x Seea

I have taken way to long to get these images up on the blog, but as you know things always get lost in the depths of hard drives. Last August Ashley and I were invited to travel to Indonesia with our good friend @RosieJaffurs. We had just over two weeks to explore Bali, as well as island hop over to Gili Trawangan for a few days. Here are some of my favorite images we captured during our stay. List of gear used is at the bottom of the post. Hope you enjoy!

Gear Used:

Sony A7rii + Aquatech Water Housing

DJI Phantom 3 Professional Drone

Fuji XT10

Drone Ninety Project

Not much writing or posting lately, but trying to start up again. Recently my water time has been getting cut short! I have a new obsession with the dreaded DRONE! The perspective always seems to spark my interest and keep things fresh, especially when it comes to photography. A few years ago everyone got a hold of GoPro's and the fisheye barrel shot became the new thing. Now, we all have go pros and achieving those images isn't as challenging or exciting as it once was. That is where the drone comes in. I have been shooting with the DJI Phantom series since they first came out a few years ago. Now shooting with the Phantom 3 Professional, it has changed the way I view the world below me.

Drone Ninety is a collaborative project I started to inspire other Drone OP's to share there images from this 90 degree perspective. When I say ninety degrees I'm referring to the camera facing down at the earth. I have found my best success flying early in the morning or evening to reduce glare on the water and find the smoothest texture. I am also working with Freewell Gear who produce some pretty amazing filters that snap right onto my Phantom 3. My go to filter is the circular polarizer. Here are some images I've taken over the past few months. If you like what you see, please check out where I feature fellow drone ninety lovers. Aloha!