You don’t really “get” it. You don’t understand it. You don’t catch it. You can’t stop it. It just happens. And honestly? It sucks. But I love, endlessly. And grief can’t take that away from me.Read More
I drove south on 695 for three hours. When I finally got there, on the left was three lines of barbed-wire fences, with steel fencing on the inner circle. The center of the fencing held the Gold Vault. I continued straight and tanks were on my left, with cannons on my right. I approach the gate, and pull out my ID. I roll down all the windows in my car, ask how the guard is, he checks my ID, and I enter. Fort Knox is in central Kentucky, just south of Louisville. I was chosen as a videographer for the U.S. Army Bases’ Public Affairs Office.Read More
January 30th. It’s a day every news outlet across the Midwest has been warning residents about for over a week now. Between the negative temperatures and incredibly strong windchill, real feel went all the way down to -48 on the brisk Wednesday - officially the coldest day in many midwestern states.Read More
Sports photography. I love sports with my entire heart, but let me tell you, when I need to photograph sports it’s one of the biggest pains, worries and heartaches of my life.Read More
Two-thousand and eighteen. Oh, what a year.
A year of triumph, loss, pain and unconditional love. It was a year where I saw some of my biggest triumphs and biggest fears come true.Read More