To say the least, the Utah Arts Festival has been a jubilant thing to photograph.  

To say the least, the Utah Arts Festival has been a jubilant thing to photograph.  

utah arts festival   

As the Utah Arts Festival's official photographer in 2014 and 2015, I took roughly 10,000 pictures of our vibrant arts community. Each year, the delightfully curated four-day lineup encompasses visual arts, as well as performing arts and live music on six stages. And with 90,000 energetic patrons attending annually, you might image that it's a photographer's dream to run around and document the goings-ons. You would be correct.  ...

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A photo review of the annual three-day music festival

A photo review of the annual three-day music festival

Ogden Music Festival

I hate picking favorites, but if I must, I'd say that the Ogden Music Festival is my favorite melodious gathering in Utah. The festival, held annually at Fort Buenaventura in Ogden, has been produced by Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music for nine years now. The Ogden Music Festival hits the sweet spot on all the right levels. Even though the popularity of the festival is growing, the event ...

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The Downtown Farmers Market celebrates its 25th season in 2016

The Downtown Farmers Market celebrates its 25th season in 2016

SLC Farmers market

The Downtown Farmers Market is one of the longest-running and largest markets of its kind in the country. Nearly 10,000 patrons—sometimes upwards to 15,000—from all walks of life come together to stroll the vibrant market every week during the summer. The search for fresh and local is easy. There’s a mix of vendors from more than 100 farms and ranches from within 250 miles of Salt Lake City. Held at Pioneer Park...

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Rainbows on the go

Rainbows on the go

Utah Pride Parade

The Utah Pride Festival is the annual gathering of Utah’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community, and is now celebrating its 41st year.  It boasts Utah’s second-largest parade (second only to the Days of ’47 parade), and is likely its most enthusiastic expression of love. At its core, Pride is a celebration of equality. But it’s also so much more. It’s about family—the ones we’re born into and the ones we choose. ...

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