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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May 20, 2018

This set of 5 images have become some of my most well know images and truthfully it has came unexpectedly. I have had a lot of people ask me to go into more detail about how these were captured, so that's what I am going to do here. This is a full account of what lead to me being at the right spot at the right time.

My wife Jody and I were at our nephews birthday party at the local put-put place in Kingsport, TN. The weather could of not be any nicer. Blue skies and 90 degree weather and I was doing fairly well at put-put. No hole in ones, but a bunch of 2 strokes. We finished our round of put-put and said our goodbyes and started to head home. My wife said she didn't want to go home, she had been in a building at work all week and just wanted to go for a ride. I asked her if she had any specific place in mind and she said no. Well... any chance I get I always head somewhere where I can take a picture so I started towards Asheville, NC in hopes of catching a sunset.

We made it into Ashev...

May 16, 2018

Setting near Hot Springs, North Carolina, in the Pisgah National Forest is a 4,600-foot bald mountain promptly named Max Patch. It is famous the world over for its 360-degree view and a small trail you may of heard of, the Appalachian Trail. In the early 1800’s it was cleared to make room for a pasture; today, it is a highlight along the Appalachian Trail and a prime spot to come visit and have a picnic. Max Patch is a must-see, and it offers some incredible views of the area. Autumn is the prime season for visitors, but spring and summer can be very busy as well.

On the eastern side of the summit, you can see Mt. Mitchell on a clear day – the tallest mountain east of the Mississippi River. The Smoky's also dominate a portion of the view, especially since they are only 20 miles away. Among the tall grass, wild flowers grow en masse, making for ideal photographic opportunities. Elk can also be seen here from time to time, grazing dow...

May 15, 2018

Roan Mountain and the Roan Highlands are considered to be one of the most beautiful and most scenic spots along the Appalachian Trail. Roan Mountain itself is a 20-mile massif stretching from Big Rock Creek to U.S. Route 19. Roan also boasts the world largest natural rhododendron garden, which brings people from all over during their peak blooming period. Cherokee National Forest and Pisgah National Forest also converge along the top of Roan Mountain. Roan Mountain consists of 5 peaks; Roan High Bluff, Roan High Knob, Round Bald, Jane Bald and Grassy Ridge Bald. Yellow Mountain and Hump Mountain make up the northern fringe of the Roan Highlands.

Roan Mountain has become one of the more popular spots for anyone who loves the outdoors; most come here to camp, hike and enjoy the 360-degree view found along the grassy balds of the Roan Highlands. Hiking through the Roan Highlands you will notice a lot of rhododendron, fire azalea and the spruce fir forest.  The rhododendron hit their peak l...

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