Recently, I enrolled in a class on Coursera about how to make infographics. This week’s assignment was all about map making. It’s fun to think about maps as more than just navigational tools — to think of them as narrative devices or tools for storytelling. I was inspired by the instructor’s sample where he …

Last month, I was working up in northern Minnesota photographing the Canadian Border near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. When I first moved to Colorado from Minnesota almost two years ago, I immediately felt the absence of the water I had grown accustomed to. The nickname Land of 10,000 Lakes is …

State Forest State Park is in the heart of moose country with over 600 moose to be observed year-round. In fact, we saw two moose from the car in the middle of the day without even trying to look for them. We spent the night at State Forest State Park last …

Last weekend, I was in southwest Colorado for a photo shoot and I camped at Mancos State Park. The park itself is quite small but it makes a great base camp if you’re exploring Mesa Verde National Park. There are 5.5 miles of hiking trails in the park itself. There …