"Lots of people will protest that it’s quite unreal and that I’m out of my mind, but that’s just too bad!"

~ Claude Monet

About Me

“Where to Willie” has been a project of mine since the spring of 2010, with its origins in travels and exploration, and my personal interpretations thereof. It has slowly developed into a photography, travel, and life showcase. It’s come a long way from those early days of general musings and snapshots, but that’s what life is all about – growing and learning.

Tutorials

If you are new to digital processing and development, this is a great place to start. I’ll break down the tools and techniques required to quickly get started shooting for HDR, astrophotography, street photography, and the best practices for developing your work and creating beautiful art.

Recent Posts

  • At Last
    Well yesterday was full of ups and downs. I managed to foolishly lose my tripod by leaving it on top of Ruby, and spent the better part of the afternoon trying to find it. Finger's crossed that it shows back up. Then, as the day was ending, the skies Read More...
  • Mobile Uploading
    Alright well I'm trying something new. Mobile upload straight from the tele to the site. All photos from my iPhone.  Day 1, exploring Two Medicine Lake.      Ruby feels at home in the mountains.      Well I lost Read More...
  • When the Time Comes - Two Medicine Lake // Glacier National Park
    I have a childlike fascination with mountains, their rugged beauty never fails to bring a song to my soul. Thank you all for the birthday wishes yesterday, this was my birthday present from Mother Earth. Read More...
  • Run Away With Me - Crater Lake National Park
    Sometimes a good clear sky sunset is a welcome change from dramatic clouds and color. It takes some of the pressure off, and I feel more at ease with nature. There is a serenity to following the stars, a calm that comes from being alone in the dark. Read More...
  • That Moment
    There's a certain mystery to the pre-dawn hours, and I find myself more and more drawn to them. Read More...
  • As the Town Sleeps
    After being sufficiently sundrenched in the desert at Joshua Tree, I took off towards the mountains of San Bernardino County. Read More...