Growing up in Kansas, I have always felt that there's no better place in the world to watch the sunset. Nearly everywhere you may find yourself in the state, you are likely to have unobstructed views of the entire horizon. Flatter than a pancake, right?
Kansas has always treated me well and continues to do so all the way out in this big state of California. If you were following my work a couple of years ago, you may remember that the Kansas Alumni Magazine did a short story on my work. I was currently an engineering major at KU and my love of photography resonated with them. After I graduated in 2014, I kept in touch with the magazine regarding the progress of my career. When Chris Lazzarino heard of my new book, Kansas: Birth of a Vision, he decided to pitch another story to his colleagues regarding this book.
Well, if you're a recent KU graduate or are a member of the KU Alumni Association, be sure to snag your most recent copy this week and take a look for a familiar face! The story very much captures the process of my workflow and offers a little insight on the creation of some of my images. It's incredibly well written, and sheds a little insight on just how nuts I am about creating these images I share with you all.
If you don't happen to subscribe to the magazine and still want to read the story, follow the link below! Thanks to everyone involved at the KU Alumni Magazine for making this a reality, and thanks to you all for being just as proud of Kansas as I am.
Kansas Alumni Magazine Article: At First Light
And just so you know, preorders are flooding in for my new book. If you haven't done so already, head on over a order yourself a copy now!