In February 2015, I began making all of my images freely available as high res downloads for all of the people that I’d ever photographed.

While this flew in the face of the commercial models of photography that I’d been trained in, it felt far more in-line with my intentions to be creating community-centric public art. The reasoning, context, and terms of use are discussed in greater depth in this blog post.


If you’d like to access images in my archive, send a message to with as much relevant information as possible:

  • Original filename(s)
  • Date images were created
  • Any available event details / keywords


This isn’t a stock-image library for random images. This offer is specifically and only for the individuals and communities that I’ve photographed.

Please don’t ask me for access to images that you don’t have a direct personal connection to.