I first remember taking pictures at age 7. I tried to capture a shot of a full autumn moon for a school story I was writing. I remember waiting in anticipation as my momma dropped off the roll of film for processing. Although the pictures didn’t turn out as well as I had hoped, something stirred within me that childhood day in September and it continues to move.
As a believer in Christ I understand that the life we now live is but a shadow of things come. Shadow though it be, there is great animation and energy abounding around us. I take pictures in an attempt to encapsulate a slice of life, to preserve a moment that will not be repeated, to capture varied human emotions that tell a story, and to see beauty in the obvious and obscure.
I am a family man and much of my photography revolves around my role as a husband, father, son, and brother. I am thankful for eyes to see and for photography to show others what I see. Thanks for looking.