On one of the last days of 1999 Brian picked up his first digital camera at a local Wal-mart. The camera was fairly large, very slow and used floppy disks for film, but he was hooked.Brian came to volunteer at various events Like the Barrett Jackson car show and the Phoenix open having worked for a media production company that mainly covered Pga and Sr Pga events on the west coast, after 10 of covering event in the phoenix area from the Insight Bowl to the Scottsdale Culinary Fest this has helped hone Brian’s skills both behind the viewfinder as well as afterwards in the editing photos he have covered numerous outdoor, adventure sport races (and sorry I don’t do weddings) I have golf on Saturdays.Covering football and golf tournaments’ requires a photographer to think quickly on his feet, to adapt to changing light and angles, and to be comfortable sitting in the hot sun, the pouring rain, or sitting in the suite on the 50 yard line isn’t bad. Covering believe it or not, presents similar challenges especially when attempting a more subtle, less in your face, photojournalistic approach.It is possible to run into Brian without a camera. He is an avid golfer, enjoys Sand volleyball and billiards and spends much too much money expanding his own private golf memorabilia collection.Brian’s photos have been published on numerous websites and in publications including: 944 Magazine, Wire image Arizona Social and Arizona impact Magazine, and Yahoo! News, Adventure Travel. He has also covered several events over the last 8 years in the Phoenix area. And the West Coast on the PGA tour.
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