I've entered a small selection of my recent images in the 2017 LensCulture Portrait Awards. Please visit their website to have a look or make your own entry.
Photographed for Middlebury Magazine.
Fuji X-Pro2, 23mm ƒ/1.4 lens, 1/2000 sec at ƒ/3.2, Photek Softlighter, Cactus V6II flash triggers with high-speed sync.
Ski instructors at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl ski down Worth Mountain holding flares under a night sky to welcome incoming students during February orientation.
Available as an archival fine art print, signed, and shipped flat.
UPDATE 2017-02-02: Jason Chaffetz has withdrawn HR 621 citing public response from "groups I support".
A recent Republican-backed change in how the Congressional Budget Office values federal lands has made it easier to pass legislation which would hand off large areas of public land to state and local officials. Utah Representative Jason Chaffetz has introduced HR 621 a bill to sell off federal lands in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming. Chaffetz claims these lands have little value and create great expense for taxpayers, but much of this land is leased to cattle ranchers for grazing and the fossil fuels industry for drilling.
Political Science Professor Sarah Stroup, photographed with a Fujifim X-Pro 2 camera and 56mm ƒ/1.2 lens. View the image in the Portraits gallery here.