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Mini Engineering Fountain

It was September 2nd, 2016 – Chris Konecnik, Tom Crockett and I were headed up in the Top Hawk for a discovery flight....
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An awesome day at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

A few of my favorite photos from a recent trip to Kennedy Space Center....
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A Night of Long Exposures at Purdue

Yesterday evening, Tom Jones was in Lafayette for work, so we met up to do some shootin’....
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Falcon’s tail

This is one of my favorites from this weekend’s SpaceX launch....
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Photos of SpaceX’s successful first launch from storied LC-39A

Today, SpaceX pulled off an incredible launch from hallowed launch pad 39A and I was there to photograph it. Here’s a badass behind-the-scenes photo story....
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What happens to your remote cameras if a rocket launch scrubs?

Here, I explain how it all goes down when you’re a photographer and a rocket doesn’t go off on time....
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Setting up remote cameras for SpaceX’s first launch out of Launch Complex 39A

Today, we got to set up remote cameras at LC-39A in advance of SpaceX’s CRS-10 launch to the Int’l Space Station. If you’ve ever wondered how it works, here’s how it goes down!...
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Space Station flying over SpaceX Launch and Landing Control Center

The ISS flew nearly directly over the SpaceX LCC, and I was able to make an epic photo of it....
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The Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May

This was one of the very first photos I made after I bought my first quadcopter....
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