You’d think a cyclist would shave a beard to be more aerodynamic, yet even at races you’ll see them. Style is as important as function. Part of a series to highlight diversity in nationality, gender, race, and style amongst crit racers at Glen Ellyn and The Intelligentsia Coffee Roasting Works.
For Intelli Cup /
42°N, 88°W / 07.18
IU African StudiesA collage of colleagues in Indiana University's African Studies Program. Produced on the organization's 60th birthday.
For Indiana University African Studies /
39°N, 86°W / 09.21
Dr. Eric Maskin
Dr. Maskin is a leading economist and Nobel Laureate (2007, Institute for Advanced Study) well known for his contributions to mechanism design theory. His recent research at Harvard compares voting systems, which he believes should uphold to the principle of "one citizen, one vote."
Sean & JC Buehler
Sean checks the rear flaps before takeoff on a training flight. After the flight I asked Sean about some of the bumpy landings. Sean shrugged, replying "sinus headache". JC replied "nerves."
Personal Work / 40°N, 86°W / 06.18
The Rob Dixon QuartetPhotography and graphics for the Rob Dixon Quartet, a mainstay jazz quartet at the Chatterbox Jazz Club in Indianapolis.
Photographed as part of a small project creating stylized images for Native American families.
For Indiana University First Nations / Bloomington, IN / 03.18
Photographed after characteristically wet, breezy, and muddy winter cx riding on Montrose Beach in downtown Chicago. Part of another installment in the cycling diversity series.
Caroline Armstrong • I
"I want to bury this print so an archaeologist finds it and thinks I'm a famous historical figure" - Caroline Armstrong
Personal Work / 40°N, 86°W / 03.18
Chrome x Intelligentisa CupA rowdy goldsprint tournament at the Chrome Chicago Hub as part of their sponsorship for Intelligentisa Cup.
For Chrome Industries /
42°N, 88°W / 07.19
Immediately before this portrait, on his 26th birthday, Sam subjected himself to ~3 hours of purifying löyly in the sauna.
Personal Work / Mooresville, IN / 07.18
A climber and humorist. Part of an ongoing project showcasing the leaders and colorful personalities in our local climbing community.
For Hoosier Heights / Indianapolis, IN / 04.18
Chelsie begins to pack up her tent and sleeping pad on Second Beach in Olympic National Park.
Personal Work / La Push, WA / 02.18
Caroline Armstrong • II
Late evening nordic ski while Caroline still looks like a ski astronaut.
Personal Work / Indianapolis, IN / 02.18
Lenna Gottschild • I
Lenna had dual German and U.S. citizenship, and is a student in the prestigious International Baccalaureate Program, which emphasises international citizenship equally with the sciences and arts.
Personal Work / 40°N, 86°W / 08.18
Lenna Gottschild • II
Photographed with a projection of her older sister's artwork.
Personal Work / 40°N, 86°W / 12.18
Photographed after a climbing road trip while Sean still looked like a Pod Racer from Tattoine.
Personal Work / Indianapolis, IN / 07.18
Elliot sits on a snow pile for a quick close-up after a memorable day of ice climbing, long approaches, and hearty laughter above Lake Superior.
Personal Work / Munising, MI / 03.18
Rich Van Winkle
An accomplished mountaineer, and first ascensionist on Denali, Rich was on the steep North Face of Mount Hood on May 18th, 1980 when his team retreated due to large amounts of falling ash from the infamous Mount St. Helens eruption.
For Alpenglow Edu. / Portland, OR / 05.16
Journalist and traveler
Personal Work / Indianapolis, IN / 08.18
A typewriter enthusiast at his desk with a newly repaired machine and full glass of scotch.
Personal Work / Indianapolis, IN / 04.18
Will, a cyclist from Virginia, sprints in place as if he were still in the crit.
For Intelli Cup /
42°N, 87°W / 07.18
Photographed backstage after Finnish-American conductor Erik Ochsner led the Seattle Symphony in the film concert for La La Land.
Personal Work / Seattle, WA / 02.18