Over the past several years, I have grown a passion for capturing images that tell the story of agriculture in what I hope comes off as a creative and artistic style of documentation.

While traveling throughout places like Iran and Bhutan, I noticed that I would naturally gravitate towards photographing people tending to their livestock & fields.

I loved the opportunity I had to create images of people within their environment while combining storytelling & nature photography

Over the years, I have been fortunate enough to work on a handful of photography assignments capturing apple harvests on farms in Washingtons Yakima Valley & California, as well tree planting in Oregons Santiam State Forest which sustained heavy damage after wildfires in 2020.

Paralleled Endeavors

With my background as a nature and aerial photographer, my goal with every agriculture photoshoot is very similar to nearly any other photoshoot I do. My biggest goal is to provide my clients with images that not only document a process and beauty of a farm but are high quality and visually captivating.
While my portfolio may not be filled with images of agriculture, I aim to bring the same creative energy onto a farm that I do with other photography assignments and passion projects.
As a photographer, I am always thankful to work on projects that align with what I enjoy capturing as well as provide me with an element of artistic freedom to create what catches my eye. The following three collections in this portfolio showcase some of my favorite environmental portraiture, aerial and product photography images from each shoot.

This first collection of images was captured at a series of apple orchards near Watsonville, California and was commissioned by S. Martinelli & Co during harvest 2022.



It features a variety of candid & lightly staged environmental portraiture, aerial photography, produce in its natural state as well as product displays.

Early morning coastal fog  blanketed Martinelli’s apple orchards with such picturesque atmosphere. It was so much fun to wander throughout the orchards photographing the workers amongst the deep greens before it burnt off in the early afternoon.

This next collection of images document American Forest’s tree planting efforts in Oregon after the 2020 Beachie Creek Fire.

The following images were captured alongside video during a single day shoot.

Thanks to the American Forests team, over 215,000 Douglas fir trees were replanted in Oregon's Santiam State Forest.

My final collection covers Super Fresh Grower’s apple harvest shot in 2021

In addition to a package of still images, I also captured a small amount of footage of the harvest. Here is a short 30s edit of some of what was shot including drone videography.

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