Posts Tagged ‘photojournalism’

The past few months I have been posting gear reviews and snippets of stories about a rather epic road trip with my good friend Stuart Peck over the summer. Now I can share the whole story! We pitched a story idea to a great regional magazine about the most dangerous hikes in the lower Appalachians and […]


My good friend Stuart and I embarked on a quest to search out and explore some of the most dangerous hikes and trails in the Blue Ridge Mountain area of the Appalachians last week for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. We traveled to Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia & Kentucky and found a couple of the toughest […]


One of the fun and most challenging things I get to do is photograph lots of students. In particular, this spring I got to shoot 20 students from the Gatton Academy for Math & Science that are participating in a summer research program. Some are staying on campus at WKU, while others are working around […]


@epiclist

03Oct14

  Relationships are at the core of just about everything on earth, from your neighbors to who you tie-in with on the sharp end of a climb. And these relationships are invaluable… and the effort it takes to build these relationships is often a mammoth undertaking, which makes the end result even more special. I […]


I had the opportunity to spend the afternoon in rural Kentucky this summer documenting the art of gunsmithing. The world-famous House brothers and WKU host an annual workshop where participants spend a week honing their craft over forges, wood shavings and local watermelon. The level of detail and artistry is amazing! It was also a […]


In many ways, 2013 has been one of my best years ever. I am thankful to have a job that allows me the freedom to pursue my vision and make fun, engaging images. My trip to Peru was the most successful yet: 4 summits and no misery. My family is growing up and we are […]


PERU 2014

06Nov13

We are back at it next year and would love you to join myself & John in Peru! We are offering a neat mix of classes via WKU in Geography & Geology and Photojournalism. Sign up now, we don’t want this opportunity to get passed up! http://www.wku.edu/go/peru-summer