100 unsigned prints
70 limited-edition signed and numbered prints
40 limited-edition signed and numbered prints
Light Jet Photographic print on Fuji Crystal Archive.
It was a glorious day.
When the conditions are aligned, Salt Lake City has a unique crispness to it, a feeling of possibility that lights up the senses. On this particular day, Paul Horschel, Erik Leines and I awoke to find a sunny, powder-filled winter wonderland awaiting us outside. We spent the day exploring the outer boundaries of the Wasatch mountain range in search of unique terrain to photograph, and successfully spotted, bagged and tagged a hefty cliff line.
On our way back to The Mule's homestead we happened to pass by this park. At the western-most end I noticed this peaceful open field. It was as if she called out to me, saying, "Hey, you. Where's your toboggan? Let's play."
I looked around the truck and didn't spot a circle slider or plastic sled, but did see our snowboards. I told Paul to turn the car around. I knew he could see the same thing I did.
By the way, during this SLC visit I also had the pleasure of watching the Americans stack the medals podium at the Olympic halfpipe event. That was a pretty good day, too.
Photography is about more than just the pictures, it's a way to embrace life. It's a journey from here to there, and it's an appreciation of each and every opportunity that comes along the way.
Danny's pictures reflect a man who enjoys living simply and passionately, committed to achieving without sacrificing integrity, or forgetting to be present in the moment. From his fresh flicks of family and friends to the images he creates on demand, his photos capture a free-spirited eccentric reality and eclectic vibe that has become his trademark.
The Doctor lives in Long Beach, California with his wife and project manager Lyndsey Marie, and their whoodle puppy, Geez. He recently built a prefabricated structure that is now home to his studio, and published his first book: Mile Seventy Eight.
Did we say that he is excited, and that film is his go-to medium?
Well, now we did…