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Welcome to my online gallery where you can view my photography and buy prints. Please feel free to browse through my images. If you find something you're interested in purchasing, there are several different finishes to choose from along with a wide variety of mats and frames.
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A liitle bit about me:
As a boy, I remember always loving to play around with cameras. Today, I still love playing with cameras, although I do believe my skills have improved since then.
I didn't truly take photography seriously until 1999 when I began chasing storms and tornadoes across Arkansas and the Great Plains. I chased until 2008, and during that time, I was priveledged to witness and capture on both video and film some astounding sights.
With the rising costs of gas and lodging, storm chasing just got too expensive, and that also led to me shelving my camera for a couple of years. After the purchase of a DSLR in 2010 though, my interest was rekindled, and today, my camera goes just about everywhere with me. I love the creativity of photography - the capturing of a moment in time as seen through the viewfinder and how the entire mood of a photo can change with simple composition change or a slight exposure adjustment.
I currently reside in Conway, Arkansas with my wife Karen and our dog Kaylee. My work has been published in Popular Photography and other magazines, textbooks, travel guides, novels, and calendars such as Weather Guide. I've also exhibited by invitation at the Department of Human Services complex in Little Rock.