jeremypavia Multnomah Falls is the biggest waterfall in the state of Oregon and drops in two major steps. It is split into an upper falls of 542 feet and a lower falls of 69 feet. Underground springs from Larch Mountain happen to be the year-round source of water combined with spring runoff from the mountain's snowpack and rainwater during other seasons. It is a thing of beauty, and its power is truly moving from up close. 1d

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jeremypavia Back on April 26th, 1895 a woman by the name of Maria Barbella was fed up with her boyfriend refusing to marry her so she did what any sensible person would do and slit his throat ear-to-ear with a straight razor. He clutched his neck with both hands while blood sprayed everywhere. He eventually stumbled and fell into the gutter where he died seconds later. 5d

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jeremypavia @amyloubris in the streets. This image is a small part of a new collection of work that I've slowly been building over the past months. 1w

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jeremypavia This old neon sign was built in the 1950's and has been atop the Seaview ever since. About ten years or so ago the city of Santa Monica tried to get the sign taken down for good to "clean up" the look of the city. The owners and other like-minded people had to fight to keep it and got it grandfathered in as a permanent feature of the hotel. A single repair of the sign had once cost them around $9,000. Long live historic beauty. 2w
  •   joshpodolske It's sad that this day and age we dont see more of this kinda craftsman and workmanship. Design back then was all sweat blood and hardwork. Crafting neon signage is almost a lost art form. What a beautiful sign. 2w

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jeremypavia It's been long overdue but I'm finally in the process of selecting images for a big update on my portfolio site. This image of @lauriemla as well as many others including uncensored versions will all be going live within the next month or so. 2w

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jeremypavia Death by cell phone. 2w

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jeremypavia Inside out. 2w

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jeremypavia This, along with 29 other 17 x 11 framed archival digital c-prints are currently available for purchase. Email me at info@jeremypavia.com for pricing and details. 3w

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jeremypavia Los Angeles, California. 3w

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jeremypavia I knew this photo that I shot of @shawnmacduh was being used for something but when it ended up as the opening spread in the new 2015 @fitbikeco catalog I was stoked. No matter how many times it happens, it is still an unreal feeling to see your work in print. Thank you to everyone who has ever had a part in making that happen for me over the past decade. Print is forever. 4w

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jeremypavia I have shot with a lot of pro riders over the years and some just happen to stand out from the crowd. My friend @mikehucker is a shining example of that. He has an energy when he rides that is truly one-of-a-kind and he always represents BMX in the best way possible. We shot this on location at the @staystrongbmx compound a while back for an original @redbull feature. @sandmbmx @demolitionparts @vansbmx66 @oakley @skullcandy @odigrips 1mon

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jeremypavia Sunset or sundown happens to be the daily disappearance of the Sun beneath the western horizon, as a result of Earth's rotation. Pismo Beach, California. 1mon

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jeremypavia Destination unknown. 2mon

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jeremypavia This fine looking gentleman's name is Roosevelt. I had the pleasure of meeting him while I was on a bit of a photo mission yesterday around Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles. He was quietly smoking a cigarette on this stoop, and just so happened to be in an incredible pocket of light as the sun was starting to slowly disappear behind the skyline. You know, that whole right time right place shit. I approached him about shooting a few photographs and he gave me a few seconds of his time. I shot a few from further away, and then had to get in close to really capture his character. By the time I went right up to him, he reminded me of something that every photographer needs to know and live by. He simply said "Now you know what you are doing? You are taking too long." Even though the entire elapsed time from start to finish was less than thirty seconds, that was too long. It was a welcomed reminder that when you approach someone and they let you photograph them, make sure you get in, get the shot, and get out. 2mon
  •   joshweichman These stories are so rad. This one rules. 2mon
  •   matty_westside Great portrait and story to go along with it! 2mon
  •   aaronzwaal Yes!:) 2mon
  •   bduff63 This picture speaks a million words.....great work Jerm... BTW I work with your twin like for real I showed him a picture of you and he tripped out!! #foundyourtwinjeremy 2mon
  •   lauriemla That's a cool story 2mon
  •   kylebiller You da man Pavia. Pumped to see you this year! 6d

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jeremypavia There is something to be said about photographing the stillness of nature. Wait for the right moment, breathe it in and remind yourself to always stop and appreciate the view. It is worth it every single time, no matter how much of a hurry you might think you're in. 2mon

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jeremypavia I spent a few hours yesterday shooting some photos while @mrogoish was behind the lens. He was filming a few final clips of @shawnmacduh before Shawn had to fly out this morning. They just finished up working on a promo for his new signature @lotekbrand "MAC" shoes. Be on the lookout for the footage to drop soon. 2mon

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jeremypavia If you want to hear a crazy story about what happened to me right before I shot this new set with @lauriemla just ask. Regardless of the chaos minutes before we started shooting on this Hollywood rooftop, everything ended up working out and we got exactly what we came for. Stay tuned to see this set and a few more in full in the next month or so. 2mon

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jeremypavia Over the years as a professional photographer I have shot tens of thousands of images while creating content for magazines, commercial companies, websites, catalogs, books, and more. For some reason, the images that never quite find a home are the ones that stand out to me the most. They serve as a reminder that my passion for photography goes much deeper than a printed photo or a paycheck, no matter how big or small that dollar amount might be. 2mon

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jeremypavia If you pay any attention to BMX, you know that the crew over at @digbmx are doing things the right way. I am honored to share my first piece of work for DIG in the form of an interview with my good friend @mikelsaavedra about his recent broken leg. We talk about the mental process behind such a gnarly injury and the certain mindset it takes to stay positive throughout the stages of healing. Head over to digbmx.com to check out the full interview. 2mon

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jeremypavia This image along with many others will soon be available for purchase in various sizes as archival prints. Anyone that is interested, be the first to email me at info@jeremypavia.com and I will send you a free print along with your first order. Somewhere, Oregon. 2mon

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