I have been taking photos for over a decade, both as an amateur and more recently in a professional capacity. My work mainly centers on nature photography—from broad landscapes, to intimate portraits of wildlife, small scenes, and more. I occasionally dabble in other genres, including abstract, urban decay, and even photojournalism.
I am drawn to stark contrasts, layers, and the often overlooked smaller details found throughout nature, and these themes are often present within my photography. My ultimate mission is to get people to take a closer look at the world around them, and to give the often not-so-loved parts of nature a second chance.
My work has been featured in a variety of outlets, including interpretive displays, magazines, newsletters, newspapers, government and academic reports, and more.
A Selection of My Favorite Photos
A series of wildlife portraits. The left features a freshly metamorphosed Wood Frog (Lithobates sylvaticus). The center features a Desert Blonde Tarantula (Aphonopelma chalcodes). The right features a male Greater Earless Lizard (Cophosaurus texanus).
An abstract series, focusing on layers and contrasting spaces.