Hot Rodders and Midnight Riders
Up to one ton of muscle carries hardened cowboys across the plains, almost one half a ton of steel moves
motorcyclists across the country, and over two tons of style and technology transports families daily.
One thing common to all of them, is their personal relationship to their rides.
Capturing kick-ass imagery of the art, lifestyle and the love for all things…rideable.
Some like to tinker, others like to build, but all like coming together to admire and share stories.
I’m a motorcyclist at heart and absolutely love the wind in my face.
Yes, if I were a dog, my head would be out the window, tongue hanging and blissfully enjoying the ride.
But I also love hot rods (who doesn’t) and am completely awestruck with horses (though I have only ridden once!)
To me, horses and cowboys symbolize the great west and our rich history.
Attentive, artistic photography for anyone feeling the same.
We currently have an ongoing project for bikers, in particular, Harley riders.
The title of the project is, I am not a Douche. This is a series of specific short stories and accompanied portrait
to challenge the stereotype of the Harley rider. Contact me if interested.