• Posted on November 20, 2010

Chasing the 2010 SCORE Baja 1000 – My Story

For this years SCORE Baja 1000 my assignment was to chase the McMillin Racing team. My usual cohort was the legendary Scott Smith of Paradigm Productions, and our buddy Johnny “The Slayer” Rukkas. We headed down Wednesday morning to get down there before contingency started so that we made sure we caught them rolling through tech. Luckily for us, around 5:45am Scott got a text from Beau of McMillin Racing asking when we were headed down. Beau was already sitting in line waiting for tech to start in the #31 Trophy Truck, so we knew first thing when we got there we’d be able to catch them.

  • Posted on June 10, 2010

2010 SCORE Baja 500

Known as the second biggest desert race in the world, the SCORE Baja 500 is a warm up race for the grand daddy of all offroad races, the Baja 1000. Held every year in June, the 2010 Baja 500 started in the town of Ensenada, and would work its way through the Baja peninsula until it finally came back around and finished where it started. This year saw a huge entry list in the unlimited classes, with 39 Trophy Trucks starting and over 20 Class 1 cars.

  • Posted on March 17, 2010

2010 SCORE San Felipe 250 Rhino Adventures

This past weekend marked the 2010 SCORE San Felipe 250 race down in San Felipe, Mexico along the Baja Peninsula. Its always a fun race to photograph because since its a shorter race, its an all out sprint the whole time. It also makes it more challenging to get to multiple shooting location since the leaders usually finish in just a little over 4 hours.

  • Posted on February 03, 2010

2010 Dezert Racing Calendars

Every year PCI Race Radios puts out a 2010 calendar that show cases a few race teams. You can purchase your calendar by clicking on the link below!


  • Posted on January 21, 2010

2010 SCORE LDC – First Race of the Year!

This past weekend I made the trip out to Laughlin for the SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge. This race always has a special meaning for me because it was the first I went to as a “photographer” 6 years ago. However more importantly, 7 years ago, its the place in which I met my wonderful wife Jamie. She’s been my biggest supporter with my photography, and she has no idea how much she means to me.