Sunday, January 31, 2010

Thursday, January 28, 2010

The 2010 Fiesta Bowl Trophy arrives at Tri-Digital

We just completed a portion of the new imagery for the awesome Boise State Broncos Football Team and their incredible season topped off with the victory at the Fiesta Bowl. We have been commissioned to produce imagery illustrating the season, players and Coach Pete.

One idea we are working on involves the 2010 Fiesta Bowl Trophy. Really cool having the trophy here in the studio. We all had our pictures taken with it. Look for the new imagery to hit the street in a couple of weeks. It is going to be crazy!!

Photographing Pearl Harbor

I had a great experience on assignment in Pearl Harbor a couple of weeks ago. Such an inspirational place to photograph. It was really a great honor to memorialize the USS Arizona, museums, aircraft and USS BOWFIN. The museum and Ford Island complex is truly a shrine to the incredible bravery of the men and women stationed there. Very sacred ground indeed.

You cannot imagine the impact you feel seeing droplets of oil and oxygen rising to the surface as you stand over the hull of the USS Arizona, which sank almost 60 years ago. Still over 1000 sailors are entombed there. It is a unbelievable sensory experience.

The museum is filled with stories, photos and artifacts of that terrible day. Something I will never forget. I would highly recommend a tour next time you are in Oahu.

Stay tuned more images on the way!!

Below are some of the shots from the assignment. Enjoy!!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

P40 Over London

Monday, January 25, 2010

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Friday, January 22, 2010

Monday, January 18, 2010

U.S. Airforce-Bringing it.

Aerial Images from Oahu

Homage to the brave airmen stationed in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Outer Reef Pipleline Bombers

Waimea Bay on an Epic Day

I will be posting some images from Oah'u. The surf is said to be the biggest in a decade. I have made 4 trips to the north shore and there has been some incredible surf especially at Waimea. Pipeline and Sunset Beach were pretty much closed out on the big days. Waimea was breaking 40-50 ft. no kidding. The shore break was 20'.

This shot shows some of the size although there were waves much larger than this in the set. The surfers in the line-up were very cautious in there wave choice for good reason. Eating it on one of these monsters would involve a really heavy experience. The beach was packed as well as the highway winding around the bluffs.

Great to witness this epic day.