- Since -
- 1987 -
PHOTOJOURNALIST - CINEMATOGRAPHER - Writer - STORYTELLER
to have good stories
As a school-trained, newspaper-raised photojournalist, I believed that photos, ABOVE ALL, were the most significant way to capture a moment. Reporters and writers came along to give the photos context, but it was the photograph's 'decisive moment' that was critical.
Fast forward 30 years of telling stories for newspapers, the US Army, hospital patients, healthcare providers, and countless families, athletes and couples - and my perspective has dramatically changed.
Everyone has an amazing story that we can all learn from - their successes, their struggles and how their growth has impacted the world around them.
I want to help you tell your story
I'm obsessed with:
I have a PHOTOJOURNALISM degree
Some stuff you should know about me
Improving myself and my skills
15+ years newspaper photographer
I WORK full-time
My favorite People are
Telling patient & colleague stories at
Northern Arizona Healthcare
Keli, Kyle, Kayden
I started taking photos
I'm a u.s. army/az national guard veteran
In 1983, at the age of 16
my side obsessions
What I started out wanting to be
Exercise, diet, mental clarity
A Writer & then a photographer
Meet my amazing people:
my family is my inspiration
These are the people who are my muse and they made me realize that there is more to capturing a moment than taking a photograph.
It's OUR story that drives me to want to help
you tell YOUR story.
wife - 22 years
A photograph doesn't always capture the most important details of a moment
Regardless of how beautiful and well composed a photograph is,
it can only begin to reveal the details we store about a moment.
It's not the photograph, but the details about those moments
that are the best 1,000 words.