His primary contribution to Weeki Wachee has been an annual calendar, the first of which he shot in 2008. He initially drew inspiration from Mozert's kitschy scenes, photographing the mermaids with giant shells or holiday-specific props. "At the beginning it was more forced with the props, and I used to do a bit more Photoshop," he says. "Now, it's completely in-camera, natural, just some color correction. I'm more comfortable in the environment to let everything unfold in front of me, instead of feeling the need to control it."