Hello there! Thanks for stopping by to check out my work. My greatest passion is photography, I just love everything about it. I truly feel this is what I placed here to do. I am a professional photographer based out of Church Hill, Tennessee. I am also a volunteer photographer for the National Park Service. My work has been published by National Geographic YourShot, Shutterbug Magazine, B & H Photography, Blue Ridge Outdoors, Landscape Photography Magazine and Smoky Mountain Living to name a few. Most all of my work is created by using natural light, I would say a good 90% of it.

I specialize in a vast array of different types of photography, landscape, nature, portrait, documentary and architectural.  I love having a variety and I love the different challenges each one brings. If you like the work I create, please head over to my Facebook and Instagram accounts. I post new content on each of these platforms regularly.

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June 4, 2018

I have been trying to walk every morning and to keep my self motivated as of lately I bring my camera with me. Today was an interesting day at my local park, the animals were complete bonkers today, but let me start from the beginning. I started making my way around the paved .75 mile loop and had my Sigma 100-400 lens on. Nothing was moving about half way through my first lap and I was the only one there on the track, an older gentleman was fishing by the river though.

Out of the corner of my eye I caught a glimpse of a squirrel, then another and another. As I started making my way around the track I noticed there was a good dozen of them running around, chasing each other. One of them walked right up to me with his hands out looking for food, someone must of been feeding them. A little bit later as I made my way around again I noticed a couple of squirrels fighting, they chased each other up a tree and over a blue jays nest. In that nest was a tiny baby blue jay, the squirrels had kno...

June 1, 2018

Heavy rains have been hitting Western North Carolina fairly hard lately, so much so that Fontana Lake was 4 feet higher than it should of been. My buddy Nick sent me a video that Bryson City shared on there Instagram page and I knew I had to make it out there to see this first hand. I love Dams and Fontana Dam is one of my favorites. I travel all over the area visiting them and photographing them all of the time, eventually I want to do a small book about dams. I planned on leaving the next morning, I didn't know if they would still have the spillway open, but I was hoping they wood.

I packed my two kids up at 6 a.m. and darted out the door after giving my wife a kiss on the cheek, she had to go to work. It took us two in half hours to get there, traffic wasn't bad along the interstates and I felt we made really good time. We got to Fontana Dam at around 8:30 a.m. and to my joyful surprise the spillway was still going.

Driving up to the TVA parking area for visitors you could feel the w...

May 30, 2018

It's hard to believe that one person could be completely alone at the most visited location, at the most visited National Park in the country, but it's true. I pulled into the parking lot at Clingmans Dome to find one other photographer, he was shooting the sunrise from the very beginning of the parking lot. He left about ten minutes after I got there and then it dawned on me, I was alone. I didn't think it would last long though, I mean every time I come up here there are hundreds of people. I kept on shooting the sunrise from the parking lot for about an hour, I got some great shots of the light busting through valley and on to the Great Smoky Mountains.

I decided to start up the hill and see if I could capture some golden light on the observation tower and as I started up I realized I was still alone. It was odd and almost uncomfortable, I mean I had been here so many times and have never had the place to myself. I started to get really happy, I knew I would be able to photograph the...

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