Everything in life is cyclical, but working your ass off and trying to get on CrossFit.com requires a lot of patience. There are long months when I submit amazing content and it never gets used, then you catch fire and they post three of your pictures in one week. I honestly don’t submit that many pictures, maybe […]Read more "Main Page Number Thirty Three"
This main page photo was from the FU-Cancer Throwdown at my friends gym on Bainbridge Island. I always love shooting fundraisers, because it’s more about the cause than competition. I never like to charge for my services at these, so the CrossFit.com main page photo is a great bonus.Read more "Main Page Number Twenty Five"
Dan is a great member that CrossFit Loft is lucky to have. He has a great attitude every single day, works hard, gets stronger, and makes everyone laugh. I’m really happy that I was able to catch his deadlift PR on camera.Read more "Main Page Number Twenty Three"
I was really stoked when I saw this picture on the main page. This was another one that I called when I saw it, it has the main page look. What most people don’t realize is what actually makes the picture is Chelsea doing the judging. There’s a million pictures of handstands, but what separates […]Read more "Number Eighteen on the Main Page"
This was one of my favorite events in 2014, a fundraiser to raise money for the prevention of sex slavery. A handful of elite CrossFit athletes came out to Tommy Hackenbrook‘s Ute CrossFit location. My favorite was Sam Dancer with Stacie Tovar being a close runner-up. Huge thank you to Kill Cliff for sending me there to […]Read more "Operation Underground Railroad"
Here’s another main page photo of Chelsea Jung, I was on a plane sitting next to Cole Sager when this one popped up. He was congratulating me on getting a handful of photos on the main page and as I went to CrossFit.com to explain the formula this one appeared at the top of the […]Read more "Fourteen on the Main Page"
This is easily one of my top 5 favorite CrossFit photos I’ve taken this year. I tell everyone that watching the women perform CrossFit is much more impressive than what the men do. I love how it empowers women, which in turn translates into confidence outside of the gym. They don’t need men to open […]Read more "A Dozen on the Main Page"