Instagram: January 21, 2017 at 10:44AM

Taking a #Selfie in the #mirror of this #deserted house; Being #Single has its perks such as my freedom to travel and be footloose on the minimal. I don’t know too many girls that would love to travel and do photography!? My brother and I are growing our stone company at @ettrading and I’m gearing up to take 4.5 ton of #Alabaster stone over to #NewMexico this coming Tuesday! I’ll have to stop by a few abandoned trailers on the way! ??? ~ via Instagram: ift.tt/2jBdstu

Instagram: January 19, 2017 at 12:30PM

With each passing day the #dream fades further in this old abandoned double wide trailer in the highlands of #NewMexico – the sun lit window paint the wall with light and their footprint will vanish with time! ~ I’m no longer playing the popularity game on Instagram; I’m only posting my art from my heart and what speaks to me intuitively. I can care less if people unfollow me or go elsewhere because it’s about getting back to the authenticity of the photography and the vision during those rare moments when I hit the open road. #abandoned #deserted #light #sunshine #window #doorway #hallway #grime #trailer #introspection ~ via Instagram: ift.tt/2jD9wLh

Instagram: January 17, 2017 at 01:44PM

Dear Friends as a photographer I am looking for some paid gigs and can also help you build an instagram account. I rarely advertise my services but I can offer reasonable pricing for Instagram marketing especially artists and creatives. If some of you need help I’m willing to step up to the plate and get you rolling! Direct Message me if you are seriously interested in either of these services. I also love doing local shoots where I can produce art at a level that the client trusts my judgement and experience! ~ via Instagram: ift.tt/2k25Ovc

The Desert is an Unknown Place

That is the truth that I believe in; one where the status quo has no control over your personal sovereignty and you begin to go back to the roots of our non-reality. The desert is one such place of mystery, full of the Unknown. I’ve learned this over the last decade and a half while roaming canyon labyrinths and mountain ranges. What I have witnessed adds a lot of meaning to this short life of mine. We rural desert dwellers see and hear a lot more than those who get entrapped and surrounded by dense civilization. Out there on the outskirts of the fringe you begin to see what’s truly shrouded while being accompanied by structures and ruins from the distant past that slowly wrought and crumble to the harsh desert elements.