10 to Watch in 2014


10 to Watch in 2014

I was honored to be included in TRIBEZA Magazine’s “10 to watch in 2014” List!

Febreze Free “Prove Wrong”


I had fun earlier this year shooting B Camera with good friends Director Zack Merck and Cinematographer Bill Winters for the Febreze Free “Prove Wrong” commercial campaign for MAKE.

Splice Community Feature


Splice Community

Blackmagic Design’s Splice Community is featuring a handful of my projects including “A Rancher’s Call” on their site.



Ranch Life


Working on a short documentary project with Director Matt Rainwaters about the oldest continuous running ranch in Texas. A pretty compelling story and we can’t wait to share it.

Jeff Nichols


A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of hanging out with and interviewing one of my favorite filmmakers, Jeff Nichols, director of “Shotgun Stories”, “Take Shelter”, and “Mud”. Thanks TRIBEZA letting me be a part of this awesome shoot!



This arrived in the mail this past weekend, after many years of anticipation for it. Terrence Malick’s films have had an enormous influence on me personally and on my work as well. I was first exposed to his work in college while taking a Film Aesthetics course during my semester in New York City. “Badlands” and “Days of Heaven” were influential to me in seeing film as an art form and also how cinematography can help tell a story and evoke an emotional response through images and light. Check out this masterpiece of American Cinema on the Criterion Collection if you have not yet had the pleasure to.

Return to Dillon


Back to work for 2013. Filming today at Pflugerville High School where the “Friday Night Lights” Pilot was shot. Makes me miss the filming days in Dillon, TX.

Mile High City


Made it to Denver and the negative 10 degree temperature. Staying Downtown tonight at The Brown Palace Hotel which feels like a real life Wes Anderson film.


Santa Fe Bound


Leaving the desert of west Texas and making a pit stop in Santa Fe, New Mexico before heading up to the Rocky Mountains. Being on the road with good friends always gives me fresh creative inspiration.

Road Trip


For the past few years, all of my best friends have convened at our friend’s cabin in Canyon, Texas the day after Christmas for a New Year’s Road Trip. We spent a few days and nights at Palo Duro Canyon before heading down to Marfa, TX to ring in the new year.