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Photography Month Sacramento Exhibition at Jackrabbit Brewing

Come celebrate Photography Month Sacramento with a group exhibition by myself and Sean Christopher Flansbaum showcasing the diverse beauty of the California landscape through two distinct voices. This exhibit is a thoughtful representation of our Golden State, from tiny details to grand landscapes, from mountains to seascapes, from darkness to light. Photographs for this exhibit will be on display the entire month of April at Jackrabbit Brewing Co. with an artist reception Saturday, April 23rd from 5-9PM. Come out, grab a beer, and enjoy the astounding beauty both within and surrounding Sacramento!


Featured Works

The exhibition features aluminum metal prints ready to hang. You've never seen a more brilliant and impressive print! Colors are vibrant and the radiance is breathtaking. Click the links below to be taken to the checkout page for purchase. Thank you so much for your interest in my work!


"Cherry Blossom Branch"

It’s cherry blossom season in California again, and pretty pink trees everywhere are lining the streets of Sacramento! Every February, I photograph these beauties, on the hunt for compositions with my macro lens.  This year, I’m experimenting with processing each chosen image with a different mood through bringing out different colors and tones- from conveying serenity using cool baby blue to bright optimism using warm gold tones. 


15" W x 22.5" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Aerial View of Firefall Phenomenon"

Yosemite’s famed firefall phenomenon as seen from the air aboard a tiny Cessna 206 with the doors off. Witnessing Yosemite’s familiar granite icons from a whole new perspective was an experience not soon forgotten, and the beams of sunlight that hit the park's massive rock walls is just one reason why the Sierra Nevada is known as "the range of light". 


45" W x 28.8" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Doud Creek Calla Lily Sunset"

Photographing the calla lilies that grow along a small stretch of Doud Creek in Garrapata State Park in Big Sur is an incredible sight to behold. The best time to photograph them is when the sun is low to the horizon to the west, backlighting the luminous petals in contrasting warm and cool colors. 


15" W x 22.5" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Lupine Leaves, Yosemite National Park"

On a sunny spring afternoon, a dense clump of lupine groundcover in Yosemite National Park provided an immersive macro photography opportunity while using an umbrella to diffuse the bright sunlight. When I use my macro lens, I typically default to a shallow depth of field to bring a selected focal point into focus while blurring the background, but here, used a narrow aperture to accentuate the repeating patterns of these lupine leaves and bring them into focus throughout the frame.


15" W x 22.5" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Morning Clouds and Lupine, Folsom Lake" 

The morning sun breaking through the clouds and casting a warm glow on the low water level of Folsom Lake during what was the lupine superbloom of 2021.


30" W x 18.5" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Poppies and White Flower Bokeh"

Two years ago, when the pandemic hit, I turned to more macro and local intimate scenes like many other photographers, and this past spring, I enjoyed some blissful solitude in the Sierra Nevada foothills on the hunt for wildflowers. Even though the world is slowly opening back up again, my perspective will always be in tune with the tiny macro world at my feet, a silver lining of the pandemic.


12" W x 14.5" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Cathedral Peaks Winter Monochrome"

A fond memory of the one wintery day I experienced in Yosemite Valley last year photographing my favorite rock formations in the park, Cathedral Peaks. I was certainly inspired by Ansel Adams when processing this image, attempting to convey the drama and grandeur he conveyed in his images with atmospheric conditions and nearly black skies. The dramatic mood of this image matches the feeling I held in my heart when witnessing this stunning scene.


36"  W x 24" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Wildflower Carpet, Amador County"

I returned to one of my favorite wildflower spots discovered last year, the black diamond of all wildflower hills in Amador County. This combination of poppy covered rolling hills, purple lupine, blue sky and native oak trees is a favorite of mine- a scene that is truly "California nostalgic".  Springtime conditions in Northern California are so short and fleeting, blink and you miss it!


12" W x 15" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Pink Dogwood and Half Dome"

Visiting the dogwoods in Yosemite National Park every May is always such a treat, and this past year, I captured a composition I've been wanting to get for some time, of the park's singular pink dogwood tree overlooking Half Dome and Ahwahnee Meadow at sunrise-  a quintessential bright spring image.


20" W x 14" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Manzanita Lake Clearing Storm"

Mount Lassen, the southernmost active volcano in the Cascade Range in Lassen Volcanic National Park, located in the Shasta Cascade region of Northern California, rises 2,000 ft above Manzanita Lake, and is one of the largest lava domes on Earth. These clearing storm clouds on a late spring evening remain one of the most photogenic scenes I've ever witnessed on picturesque Manzanita Lake. 


30" W x 20" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Neowise Comet Over South Tufa, Mono Lake"

The Neowise comet over the other-worldly tufa formations of Mono Lake was visible only for a brief few moments before disappearing in the brightening light of dawn. Up at 3am for this scene, I photographed late into the night and witnessing the historic Neowise comet was well worth the lack of sleep. 


20" W x 13" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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"Yolo County Gold"

An annual rite of passage for California Central Valley photographers like myself is photographing the sunflower fields in Yolo and Sacramento counties in July. Every year, the crops are rotated, so a favorite spot discovered one year, can be tall rows of corn or another crop the next. This year, I was out a little late in the season, but I found this vibrant field in Esparto, which had nice foothills in the background, a nice anomaly for the typical pancake flatness of the Central Valley.


30" W x 20" H aluminum metal print ready to hang.

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