new html site

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new representation

Now represented by Tim Mitchell and his crew at TMAR-


new gallery and images

The ED site has been updated with a new gallery and new work- Check it out at EDshoots.com



Iphone shot at Denver Airport-

I'm in Alaska at the moment and am headed to Yukon, BC, Vancouver, Seattle and Glacier NP over the next two weeks. Rest assured there will be plenty of new Polaroid, Holga and iphone shots coming your way when I return-



Iphone shots-

I decided to walk to my office. I love getting fresh air and just plain relaxing to be honest.

While out walking around it's always cool just to find things. There's something about finding a cool angle and making a sweet composition without disturbing or moving anything around.


communication arts

Utah Tourism campaign selected for CA exhibit-

View the final layouts big here
Read the article here


skeet shooting iphone shots

Shot on my iphone in Northern Ca. and processed with an iphone application.

Did I give it a try? Yes I did. And I'm proud to say I shot for 75% accuracy even though I've never shot skeet or birds in my life.

My grandpa taught me to shoot when I was about 5 years old. I remember the day. He handed me an old 22 rifle and said, "follow me." We went outside and he set up some cans on a wooden fence and proceeded to tell me some off color jokes. I had no idea what he was talking about-



Shot in Mendocino Ca with my iphone-



Iphone shot-


clouds and my iphone

Shot in Northern Ca- taken with my iphone and processed with an iphone application-

If you know me, then you know I love clouds and skies. Ever since I was a kid they've begged for my attention. A cold drink, blanket and grassy hill are all I need to pass the day away-


new portrait series

Working on new portraits-


Utah Tourism

Final layouts for Utah Tourism-

Advertising Agency: Struck
Executive Creative Director: Steve Driggs
Art Directors: Mark Rawlins, Brandon Knowlden
Copywriters: Ryan Martindale, Nick Driggs


pro city power

Polaroid 600 shot with 680 slr- Utah

Tech scouting power plants for an upcoming shoot. It was 10 degrees the morning I shot this. I had sweet Lowepro gloves on but even that wasn't enough to prevent my fingers turning into ice cubes.


website update

The ED website just got an update with new images and features. Check it out EDshoots.com

All the credit goes to Eric Kass and his crew at Funnel for their phenomenal design work. Check them out at Funnel.tv


shooting with Alma DDB for McDonald's

AD Jamie Tao and PP Rain Newman "Lovin' it"
Check out Jamie's work here.

Stylist Shelley Carter doing her thing-

Paris working hard-

First Assistant Dan Arnold making sure the sandwich doesn't get away-

Shot tons of Polaroid-

Shooting 9 images with Alma DDB for McDonald's. The entire campaign was shot with Polaroid instant film. Will post the final ad soon-


pier walking

Pier 7 San Francisco, CA

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Shot with my Holga in Alaska-

Last time I was in Alaska I found this race track tucked away next to a sweet mountain. It looks like the track got plenty of use even though there's only three to four months of snow free summer weather.


roller coasters

Shot at Santa Monica Pier with my Polaroid 680-

When I was 15 I went to Knott's Berry Farm. I lived nearby so we actually went pretty often but this time was different.

It was a weekday and the entire park was basically empty. The new "boomerang" ride just opened the weekend before. We rode it and thought it was pretty sweet. We got off, ran back to the front of the line and got back on. This continued for about 30 minutes and probably around 5 rides. Still thinking it was great fun we kept doing it for another 5 rides. One hour and 10 rides later my world was spinning, my lunch ended up on the pavement. I slept in the grass under a tree for a while. My friends were fine.

From then on I've stuck to ferris wheels only.


pink caddy

I was on a trip and passing through a small town in the middle of nowhere, when out of the corner of my eye I spotted this gem down an alley. I abruptly made a u-turn, grabbed my holga and shot it.



Shot with Polaroid 680 in Long Beach-