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Month: December 2022

Photographs of JJ Watt

Wisconsin linebacker JJ Watt chases down an Iowa running back in a football game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin in 2009.

This week Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle JJ Watt (#99) announced his retirement from the National Football League (NFL). He went to school at the University of Wisconsin and played football for the Wisconsin Badgers. I remembered photographing a game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin more than 13 years ago, so I went back …

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Down That Dusty Trail

Earlier this year I had some cowboy photographs and an article I wrote appear in Men’s Journal magazine. Here is that spread, and here is the article I wrote for them: Each fall in Montana, cowboys and cowgirls still lead cattle drives pretty much the way they always have. With grit, guts, and gumption. A horseshoe’s toss from the …

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Merry Christmas!

https://youtu.be/KLl4aATl8zc Thanks for following me in 2022 and supporting my work. It is much appreciated. I hope you all have a very merry Christmas Day and happy holiday season!

Commercial Art Sale Made

Judith Peak Rehab in Lewistown, Montana recently purchased a wood print from me for their facility. It is a medical facility owned and managed by Central Montana Medical Center (CMMC). The photo is of the Judith River breaks between Winifred and Denton, Montana. The print is 55″ x 36″ in size and is printed on …

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21st Century Cowboys

See More Photos Every member of his family has done it almost exactly the same way for more than a hundred years. Only the names have changed. Nestled near the Powder River and well off the beaten path in southcentral Montana is the Stewart Ranch—a fourth generation operation that has raised cattle in these parts …

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Revisiting Ryan Dam

Some years ago, I was asked to photograph Ryan Dam, which is ten miles downstream from Great Falls, Montana on the Missouri River. One of the photos would end up being 12 photos in total, each meticulously stitched together so it could be printed large. Very large. In fact, that photo now hangs inside Great …

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