My first jumping picture was taken in 2005 with three of my best friends in New York City. That summer, we took a cross-country road trip in a 1975 Dodge Van. When we reached NYC we felt as if we had "made it," and jumping felt like the best thing to do when we got there. Since then I have been collecting jumps - with different people in different locations. 

"Jumpology" was a coined by the original jump photographer, Phillipe Halsman. He believed that when people jumped in front of a camera they let their masks fall, and their guards down, showing a more genuine side of their character.