Thinking back to morning company in the Delta 🇧🇼 Good news gang! My first set of prints are now available for purchase! Head on over to the link in my bio to take a look. I've just started sending off the first few orders and I have to say, the material is IN-credible (especially the aluminum). Also because I appreciate you, take 15% off with the code MGQ17 through June 29th. I couldn't be more excited knowing my photographs are starting to become part of another person's everyday space 🙏
The golden city
One from the archives. You may have noticed that I've been pretty inactive lately. The past couple weeks have been some of my busiest in the development realm of new projects. One of which is my first larger-scale, commercial directorial that I'm ecstatic is coming together. These longer-term initiatives have kept me preoccupied from the day-to-day photography, so I just want to say thanks for sticking around. I can't wait for what's to come!
Let's take a road away from it all 🍃
A house built of reflections
Serene mornings in the wilderness 🌲
June gloom on the shore ☁️
One more wave.. Have a great holiday weekend gang and be safe 🇺🇸🇺🇸
An afternoon hike with the locals 🐑
I'd fall, fall into the blue with you 🌊
From a gloomy ride over Venice ☁️
Eyes of the king
So a couple weeks ago, I arrived home from my Africa adventure but unfortunately, my footage did not. My hard drive crashed and the only backup sat on a deserted desk back in Botswana. I was devastated, hence the lack of content.
I scoured for help in LA while also settling back and getting other projects off the ground. Rather than go into detail of this hectic nightmare, I am so relieved to say that as of this week, the lab was able to recover everything.
The lesson here people? Even if you're on the road, always, always back up your stuff. Three, even four times if you need to. I can't imagine what I would do if I lost shots, and more importantly, moments like this one. Extra thankful right now. 🙏🙏