"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

  • On the Other Side
    It's been a while since I've made a good old fashioned waterfall photograph. Here's one from a lesser known (relatively) hike in the Gorge, up Ruckel Creek. I'd like to get back out there now that the weather is warming up a bit, and hit some of the Read More...
  • Flying High
    Angel's Rest is quite the spot to watch a sunset, soaring nearly 2000 ft above the river below. After a 2.4 mile hike up to the summit, kick back and relax, and enjoy watching the clouds go by. And if you come for a sunset, be sure to bring a headl Read More...
  • Glass
    On a tip from a fellow northern lights photographer up in Fairbanks, I went exploring at the Eagle River Nature Center my first night in Anchorage. The park was empty, the wilderness was silent. It was a perfect place to get lost in making photograph Read More...
  • Night Wanderer
    'I don't usually take selfies, but when I do, there is Aurora Borealis in the background' ~ Me. So, who wants to go back to Alaska? Read More...
  • Follow Me Home
    I find it somewhat difficult to fully capture the magnitude in a single image of something like the Redwoods, or the Sequoias, the great trees of the West. That being said, I hope this does them justice in their beauty. Read More...
  • Alaska
    Here's a few things that happened to us in Alaska.  It was an amazing trip, and I know we'll be spending some more time there soon. The last two states, combined in one beautiful grill. First thing's first, we went after some mountains and Read More...