• Posted on February 28, 2012
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2012 BITD Parker 425

After taking two months off for the birth of our second child, our daughter Quinn, it was back to business as usual with the BITD Parker 425 race. I always enjoy shooting this race because it marks the beginning of another season, and the race itself is always fun to shoot. The different terrain, the long laps, and large entries always make for some interesting photos. The best place for photos though is always during qualifying at the race. With so many unlimited entries teams are going all out to try and qualify towards the top.

  • Posted on June 06, 2011
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SCORE Baja 500 Adventure

The legendary SCORE Baja 500 was this past weekend and like always it didn’t disappoint. Saturday was a day of great racing with Bryce Menzies winning the prestigious Trophy Truck class as well as the 4 Wheel overall. In Class 1 Steve Euegino/Adam Pffankuch took the win coming from the back of the pack picking people off mile by mile.

  • Posted on May 13, 2011
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BITD Forest 300 Race

The BITD Silver State 300 is always a fun race to shoot because its not the usual Nevada desert we’re used to. It is held near Caliente, NV which is around 4500 feet up and filled with lots of great scenery. While chasing the race you’ll be driving next to Joshua Trees, and a few minutes later be in the middle of a forest. The only bad part was Friday night and Bink and I slept in our trucks and it was 31 degrees out.

  • Posted on December 05, 2010
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Lucas Meets Lucas

I love photography and I love offroad racing, and getting to put the two together always makes me smile. However what I love the most is my family, and this weekend marked the first time that the three of us where able to all go to a race together as a family. We headed up to Las Vegas, the most kid friendly town in the world so that I could shoot Rounds 13 and 14 of the Lucas Oil Offroad Racing Series.

  • Posted on September 22, 2010
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Crandon Raceway – Tradition Never Dies

Crandon is the biggest race of the year for short course, some would even say for all offroad. The track is rich with history and tradition. The course worker you see in turn one was also there 5 years ago, as is the person grading the track, and working the ticket booth. While some series have a hard time finding volunteers to help put on the race, the track and Crandon have to turn people away.

  • Posted on July 08, 2010
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All Nascar Photographers are Spoiled

All Nascar photographers are spoiled. And any other photographers who get to shoot at facilities where there is a full dedicated media center are spoiled.

And now I am ruined for life.

I’m used to shooting in the desert where our media center is the car ride home after sitting in the desert for 10 hours. Covered in silt, sweat, rocks in our shoes, and a farmers tan only a mother could love.