I was on a road trip through the American Southwest when I came across these incredible wild horses in Arizona. Most people aren’t aware, but 100 years ago there were over 2 million wild horses in the United States. Today there are only 50,000, but their smaller numbers only make a chance encounter all the more special. I’ve made many road trips through the American Southwest so I’ve seen and photographed lots of horses. There was something special about these wild horses. They were so beautiful…I just had to take their portrait. To see more wild horses check out my …

One of my favorite editorials to date has to be the fashion/travel story I shot for Wallpaper Magazine in Rio De Janeiro. This was my first trip to Brasil and I just loved it! Rio De Janiero is my kind of place. I adore the laid back charm of the people, the warm climate, the encroaching nature and the electricity that makes Rio De Janeiro such a magnetic destination. We wanted to show the city from the POV of the locals, so instead of hiring models, we scouted people on the beaches, in the bars, and out and about. We …

On a recent destination wedding at the Ritz-Carlton in San Juan, the day after their wedding, the bride and groom found a bottle on the beach. Inside the bottle were 2 scrolled messages from another bride and groom. How great is that! I’ve shot a lot of destination weddings, so I’ve seen couples hurl bottled messages out into the surf before, but this is the first time I’ve been with a destination wedding couple that found one. We took the bottle to the restaurant at lunchtime, pulled out the cork, and read the messages aloud. On a scale of 1 to …

Traveling in Morocco makes my heart beat just a bit faster. I love the arched doorways, the mysterious riads, Moorish architecture and interiors, the people, and of course the shopping! After shooting Rita and Bruno’s beautiful destination wedding in Marrakech, I rented a car and headed south in the direction of Algeria. Driving through the small Berber villages doting the ascent through the Atlas Mountains, I felt like Prince Husain in “One Thousand and One Nights,” riding a magic carpet through the clouds and down into the warm orange desert below. If you haven’t visited Morocco I hope these photos …

The Mexican Board of Tourism commissioned me to explore and photograph the glamorous and colorful Mexican port city of Acapulco. The directive was simply, “Show us Acapulco through your eyes.” I wanted to capture the natural beauty of the landscape and the warm energy of the people, and of course the unexpected moments that make Acapulco unique. This project grew and after 2 more trips to Acapulco the result is a 280 page 11×14″ book which is scheduled for printing in 2017. I couldn’t be more proud of this Acapulco project. To see more images from this project check out this …