In 2018 I became a regular contributor to the longest running print motorcycle magazine in America.

In this story, "Country as Canvas" my copywriting
partner Anders and I framed the desert badlands
as the wild west to explore land art.


Photography + Content

Chris Cantle, Editor

The Oddity
of Japanese

For another piece, the editor turned me on to cover a unique form of racing that only exists in Japan.
I traveled there and documented my findings.

"Stands are filled with onlookers peering over an asphalt
circuit, the crowd full of bidders anxiously filling out their betting cards. There's a eerie music-box like tune,  
and as it grows faster, gates in the corner of the track
lift to reveal eight motorcycles rolling into formation.

This is Japanese Autorace"

Photography + Content

Chris Cantle, Editor

In my past lifetime, I commuted to work with
a leopard. His name was Bubbles.
That experience really chased the
scaries out of me. No project can bite
as hard as a big cat with a silly
name on a chain a mere five feet behind
your jugular.

Turns out it's helpful to approach things
in life without fear. Especially as a
freelance art director at the office.

I believe that great work comes from
finding the unexpected benefit or
kernel of truth. I also believe in stories,
smart thinking, and the weird & wonderful.
And if it's not already clear,
I love the impact of color.

In my spare time I fix old homes,
ride motorcycles, and avoid makeup.