Friday, December 1, 2006

Nangpa La Pass International Day of Action

Yesterday I volunteered to photograph the International Day of Action at the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco for various organizations as they protested the killing and detaining of Tibetans following the Nanpa La pass incident.

I have posted a selects gallery and a complete gallery for the organizations to use. I've also posted my favorites on

For more information on the incident, please visit

Thursday, November 30, 2006


Gorillapod at work! Supporting a Canon 5D and 70-200 mm lens while shooting 15-30 second exposures of the San Francisco skyline at night.

Monday, October 2, 2006

A Month in Europe

I spent basically all of September '06 in Europe. Starting in Amsterdam for IBC, and ending in Cologne for Photokina, with a bit of Berlin and Munich in the middle.

Business is business, but who says you can't have a little fun along the way.

The unique site is here

Thursday, July 27, 2006

RAAM (Race Across America)

I was invited to join the all diabetic race team, Team Type 1, on the (bicycle!) Race Across America. One of my best friends in the world was on the team, Steve Holmes, so of course I couldn't say no.

It was one of the most intense, grueling, and fun shooting events of my life, and one that has proved to have kicked my ass back into photography.

I blogged the entire trip extensively (70-something entries if I recall), had over 20,000 hits to the website, and shot thousands of pictures. If you have any interest in bicycle racing, the dedication of diabetics, or just plain ol' cross-country adventures, I encourage you to open a bottle of wine and come along for the ride. It's a good, long read, and a lot of fun.

This is the blog

This is the photo gallery

Saturday, April 1, 2006

Great Grandfather Linaschke

In March '06, my cousin Michael and I set out Florida to document the history of the patriarch of our family, Great Grandfather Linaschke. The project was all about video – 12 hours of it – but I shot some stills as well

Here is the unique site

Monday, March 27, 2006

PIE Show, Tokyo

Tokyo is always entertaining, and this trip was no exception. The show was PIE, or Photo Imagine Expo. Big, loud, and very Japanese. What else is there to say?

I just had to build a unique site for this trip.