A damaged guardrail evoked a sense of sadness and curiosity in me every time I drove past it on my way home, I finally had to photograph it.
The Photography I make explores and documents unique people and places around the world and the United States with a focus on Dallas, Texas. Dallas is the focus because that is the city where I live and I tend to photograph whatever is closest to me at any given moment.
I have found it difficult to pinpoint a specific type or style of photography I make. Because when I see something that piques my interest, I photograph it. I carry either one of my cameras with me everywhere I go. Rarely, I give thought to what kind of style I’m attempting to leverage.
My photos can be described as street, landscape, cityscape, portrait, event, nature, abstract, urban exploration, and travel photography. Sometimes, a single shoot has several of these styles interwoven with one another. Depending on the scene, I will make whatever style of photo I think best represents my vision at the moment.
The goal of my photography is to relate an experience, a vision, or narrative to the viewer. To share something with everyone I thought was interesting or beautiful or odd. To hopefully help people see the world through different eyes other than their own. And hopefully to contribute to creating more awareness of the amazing world we live in.
Lastly, is the art of photography. I love the art of it all. The process of having a vision and then creating something from the vision that did not exist before. I have found photography to be the most natural way for me to express my artistic desires and visions. I have learned to not focus on the outcome and whether people like it or not, instead I focus on enjoying the process of creating art.
Please enjoy my photos and leave a comment letting me know your thoughts as you look through them:
Dallas Skyline panoramic photos that capture the city’s renowned skyline at night and during dramatic and colorful sunsets.
A rare 1952 Packard Patrician 400 sedan sits abandoned and deteriorated in a rural Texas field town as mother nature slowly consumes it.
Rainey Street in Austin at night is full of people bar hopping in the darkness and neon lights, it’s both mysterious and colorful.
This is a Leica M262 review after photographing my niece’s fun and colorful 5th birthday party, some of the photos are hilarious!
Creative graduation photos of the Texas A&M School of Dentistry Dental Hygiene class of 2021 taken in Deep Ellum and Trinity Groves, Dallas
The fallen trees in Lake Ray Hubbard become stark silhouettes as they lay in the muddy water with their roots tethered to the shore.
These Sam And Nia family portraits, taken in their home, celebrate the arrival their precious newborn daughter Josie in Heath, Texas
Dallas street photography that documents the isolation of downtown during the pandemic and the remnants of the Black Lives Matter protests.
These Dallas winter storm photos 2021 capture the city covered with snow, the Dallas Skyline, Uptown, Old East Dallas, City Place, and 75.
Dallas snow storm 2021 covered DFW in over 5 inches of snow, here are night photos of downtown Dallas and Deep Ellum covered with snow.
On Jefferson Boulevard, the blend of American and Mexican culture all along its street is awesome and worth experiencing.
2020 best photos, these are my top 20 favorite photos. Despite the pandemic, there was no shortage of things and people to photograph.
The Snow piles scattered around Chicago really intrigued me, their organic shapes contrasted with the rigid structures of the city.
The empty streets of Chicago in these 30 photos during the very cold last two days of 2020 are stark contrasts between eerie and beautiful.
The White Christmas in Holland, Michigan was so beautiful this year. Check out these photos I made of that magical day.
The Indianapolis “World’s Largest Christmas Tree” is 284 feet tall. But, the Christmas tree is actually not a Christmas tree…
Stargazing at Copper Breaks is amazing and so is photographing the Milky Way Galaxy there due to the low amounts of light pollution.
This is part 15 of a series that explores gentrification in Old East Dallas and how it has been transforming the small Dallas neighborhood.
The Black Lives Matter protest against police brutality in Dallas inspired thousands of people to unite to end racism and police brutality.