Born and raised on the Space Coast of Florida, I ventured to Alaska in 2011 to work as an engineer at Fort Greely after graduating from the University of Florida with a M.S. in Mathematics. I quickly developed a keen interest in exploring Alaska’s backcountry, especially the glaciers and alpine terrain of the eastern Alaska Range just an hour’s drive from my house in Delta Junction. My photography hobby slowly transformed into a more serious pursuit as I was introduced to the amazing sights and limitless adventure of Alaska, and I became a professional photographer in 2016.
I create the majority of my images while hiking, backpacking, skiing, snowshoeing, and paddling around Alaska. It's actually rare for me to completely pre-plan a shot before leaving the house. My focus is on nature & adventure, though I sometimes shoot domestic landscapes as well. There are simply too many shots of Wonder Lake, bears catching salmon, and calving glaciers in existence for me to feel like I'd be contributing anything special by taking any myself; instead, I prefer to explore off the beaten path, hiking up ridges or crawling under glaciers to find terrain and vantage points that other photographers haven't.
I invite you to read through my blog posts where you can learn more about the adventures behind my photography.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any inquiries or feedback.