In the basement of my parent’s house, buried deep beneath some old tools, a bulky laptop running Windows 95′, my mother’s childhood dolls, plastic tubs of multi-colored legos, and piles of books, was a wooden box full of Kodachrome slides.… Read the rest
Mom came for a visit here in Busan, so I took her on a short trip to Kyoto. It’s one of my favorite cities in all of Asia. We were lucky because the cherry blossoms were in bloom when we … Read the rest
There are moments in life when you realize how fragile it is. I just had one of those. Thankfully everything is fine. But in the darkness I thought of this photo I took in the small town of Bundi, India.… Read the rest
Shooting light trails is one of my favorite types of photography. By making long exposures, you are able to slow down time and view the world in a whole new way, one that only cameras can see. Here are some … Read the rest
Is international travel insurance necessary? Absolutely. Imagine you’re in a foreign working on a photography project and you have a medical emergency. You don’t want to bankrupt yourself or loved ones with hospital bills, or worse, be stuck abroad without … Read the rest
No, it’s not a scene from Blade Runner. This is the Yan’an Interchange in Shanghai, one of the wildest on the planet. During the weekend the city turns on these blueish Tron lights underneath the highway.
It wasn’t easy to … Read the rest
I’ve always wanted to create surreal images. I remember the first time I saw Salvador Dali’s mind-altering melting clocks. It was both out of this world but from it at the same time. It made me think in a way … Read the rest