Thursday, December 9, 2010

Two to Tango

Here is a photo that ran on the cover of EGO, the entertainment section of El Observador de Utah. I loved shooting the couple demonstrating the Tango, out on the streets where it apparently originated. Makes me want to learn a few steps.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Wedding B-Roll

This is the groom's father at a recent wedding. Some of you might know who this is. He's the famous video guy.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Get along little cowgirl.

I've been trying to think of the best way to start re-posting to my blog but I don't really think there is a good, "Re-launch" strategy, other than to just start putting pictures up again.

Here is a favorite from a few months ago.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Happy Birthday Seuss

I covered an assignment about a guy who reads books to kids at the Weber County Library and before he came on, this couple (unmarried) acted out the book, Green Eggs and Ham from Dr. Seuss. They were quite expressive and even though the kids were a little restless, I couldn't look away.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

¡Bienvenidos El Observador!

Last month I started working as the photographer/photo editor of a new Spanish language newspaper called El Observador, which publishes three days a week. It's been awesome to get back to shooting photos on a more regular basis and also to relearn a language I once felt fairly comfortable with. In four short weeks I have made some great new friends and been involved in some pretty good stories.

Here is our first cover and our first weekend cover. I hope you enjoy picking this up when you see it and I look forward to your input as I try and share photos more often on this blog. - Brian

Friday, January 29, 2010


The Sundance Film Festival can be both addicting and boring at the same time. Last year was my first year covering it and it got to be sort of addicting to find stars and shoot their photo as they wandered around on main street. Sort of like fishing, catch and release style.

It also has it's boring moments of sitting around in front of a well lit, heavily logoed backdrop waiting for the right talent to show up, smile, pose, then scurry away.

This was one of those moments.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Utah Inversion

As I was driving into SLC this morning, I couldn't help but notice the distinct difference in air quality as I drove south. Ogden seemed to have cleared a little while SLC firmly remained in the grasp of the inversion. Here is a look at the valley from the avenues.