1. More from my editorial shoot with Totokaelo. Ashley Helvey killing it on the styling. Jenny Bowker on hair/makeup.

  2. I had the pleasure of shooting a 36 hours travel story in Hood River, OR for this Sundays New York Times. Big thanks to the homie Dan Cronin for coming out to drink copious amounts of good beer (aka assisting me). Huge thanks to Jamie Israelow for the great assignment. The story is online HERE but be sure to check out the paper on Sunday.

  3. 36Hours in Hood River, OR for The New York Times. Part 2

  4. I photographed David Malcom for AAA’s Journey Magazine. Malcom (who is in his 70’s) toured on his bike this past year from Seattle, WA all the way to Denali National Park in Alaska. The trip was done to raise money for Leukemia charities. Malcom is in far better shape than I and it was rad trading stories during our shoot about camping/outdoor adventures we have both had.

  5. I kept the duck my friend killed on our Filson Life hunt and decided to do a little food shoot with it. Thanks to chef Brandon Petit of Delancey/Essex for his Asian Wing inspired Wood Fired Duck. Also thanks to Ashley Rodriguez for help on Food Styling.

  6. A few snaps from my recent Look Book shoot for HUF/Alive&Well’s newest collab. DBSEA features some great new gear including an ebbots field flannells jacket, Functional Pipe/Coffee Mug Combo, Cafe Vita Coffee, Snap Backs, Crew Necks, Hoodies and more.

  7. A few images from my upcoming Totokaelo Editorial launched today on their site. Excited to release more of my favorites from the day.

  8. Mike AKA Perfume Genius 2013. I really need to pickup the ol hasselblad 500c again soon.


  9. Winter Steelheading Short Video

    Winter Steelheading 2014 from Jacob Rosen on Vimeo.

    Its probably no secret I have gotten wayyy into fly fishing this year. All winter I have pursued the most epic/elusive/beautiful of all NW fish species.  The Steelhead. My buddy cinemetographer Jacob Rosen joined me to shoot some video on one of these many adventures and somehow captured the tail end of my first ever successful battle with a steelhead on the fly. We cut this fun little video together from that day of fishing. enjoy!

  10. WOW! Beyond excited to be in this years PDN30. Really affirms how much I love my job and how excited I am to keep growing/shooting/hustlin. Congrats to everyone who was chosen this year! I think some fried chicken and Champagne is in order! Proud to be among the ranks of so many previous winners whose work & attitudes I admire.

  11. A small peak of tears from the new Cook Book I shot for Mickey Trescott. The book is available now via Amazon. Its been super exciting to see the printed final version this week. This was my first time shooting a full length hard cover cook book. It was a really fun but lengthy/challenging process. I am definitely looking forward to more projects like this and growing as a food shooter. I couldn’t be more proud of our small team and especially Mickey for overcoming her Hashimoto disease to produce an incredible cooking guide for others suffering from similar auto immune diseases.

  12. I recently did some portraits with Tacoma rapper UGLYFRANK of the group (ILLFIGHTYOU). Frank is the homie and I expect 2014 to be a huge year for him and his crew. FADER Editor In Chief Matthew Schnipper recently featured him on the FADER’s website. HERE

  13. I know its rare in these days of TUMBLR but I am super proud & excited to announce I have a NEW PORTFOLIO WEBSITE. Please do give it a quick look.

  14. I joined my friend Jerry on a late season water foul hunt. I got to experience his passion and document the day. I really enjoyed the time out on the water & in the field. His appreciation for the birds and their environment gave me a new respect for hunting I never knew I had. As he says in his Filson Life writeup; “For me, duck hunting is much more than a hobby, it is a way of life steeped in family tradition. As far back as we can trace, all the great men in my family were diehard bird hunters, conservationists, all outdoors-men to the true letter of the word.”-Jerry Patty


  15. Northwest Lineman


    These are from a project on Northwest Lineman. These focus on a current student at Northwest Lineman college in rural Idaho. It is one of the few places people come to from all over the US  to train for electrical linework.