PhotojpournalismPhotojournalism is a way for me to tell the stories of things I view as important. It may not be important to anyone else, but it’s my story. It’s my view on a particular subject. I tell the story the way I see it and not the way anyone else feels it should be told.

My family and I have been on several missions trips throughout the United States. From hurricane Katrina to the tornado that destroyed part of Joplin, Missouri. We’ve been to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation several times and we continue to be a voice for those who cannot be heard. Our goal is to travel throughout the United States taking photographs that tell stories.

While we take our photojournalism extremely serious, we don’t have an opportunity to update the page very often. In fact, it’s been almost a year since our last visit to Pine Ridge, South Dakota, which was the last time we took photographs of this nature.

When we have something scheduled, we usually post it on our Facebook or Twitter accounts to let everyone know. Some of our photojournalism is shot with little to no warning at all, so be sure to like our page on Facebook follow us on Twitter and stay up to date with my latest projects.

If you have something you feel needs to be told in photographs, be sure to contact me at any time.


  • The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017
    The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017
    The total solar eclipse of 2017 was one of the most awesome things I've ever been able to witness with my own eyes. I can't even begin to describe how it was....
  • Murrah Building Bombing Memorial
    Oklahoma City National Memorial
    The Oklahoma City National Memorial is a memorial in the United States that honors the victims, survivors, rescuers, and all who were affected by the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. The memorial is located in downtown Oklahoma City on the former site of the Alfred...
  • Bella Vista Flooding
    Bella Vista Flooding
    The Bella Vista flooding is probably the worst we’ve seen in almost a decade. We’ve seen Bella Vista Flooding before, but this time it seemed to go further up the hills, farther in its reach and cause more devastation than ever before. This time I decided to...
  • Hindsville Search and Rescue
    Hindsville Search and Rescue
    As a first responder, I have the unfortunate responsibility to see things I wish I didn’t have to see. Yesterday was one such occasion. It was the Search and Rescue efforts for 18-month-old Krystal Wiggins and her brother, 4-year-old Damien Wiggins near the Hindsville, Arkansas area. The...
  • The Faces of Whiteclay
    The Faces of Whiteclay
    Whiteclay, Nebraska. It’s a town full of regret for the Lakota Indians trying to drown their problems with a can. Beer that is. With a total population of 12, Whiteclay has 4 beer stores that sell an average of 12,000 cans of beer per day. Yes, you...