About Me

Originally from Plano, TX, I left my IT career as a Systems Engineer in 2016, sold my house and everything I owned, and set out to live a dream of life on the road and find my true purpose in life. I have two dogs, a siberian husky named Summer and a chocolate lab named Zooey, that keeps me sane along the way!

In the mid 2000's I lived in Uzbekistan for a year and Djibouti, Africa for 3 working for the DoD in support of the war, managing the server infrastructure and being a part of the team that stood up the Africom communications network. My biggest regret during that time was never going on a safari in Kenya when I was just a couple hours away. Perhaps I would have started back at photography 10 years sooner, however, that time of my life is when I fell in love with traveling and experiencing different cultures around the world and what led to me being an RV'er.

After hitting the road in 2016 in a 5th wheel travel trailer, I rediscovered my love for photography and became obsessed with seeing as many sunrises and sunsets as possible to really connect with nature. My first trip to Yellowstone National Park that summer allowed me to see and photograph my first wolf, bison, and osprey using my very first telephoto lens, and it changed my life forever. A love for the wild was born and the rest you can say is history!

After spending 2 years traveling around the western United States as a full-time RV'er, I was at another crossroads in life and had to make a decision to either go back to work in IT and be stationary again, or go full steam ahead with my new RV lifestyle and pursue a life as a nature photographer. This time it was a pretty easy decision! I chose happiness over money and began workamping in our national parks for the summer and winter seasons and doing long road trips in between gigs, all the while pursuing a life as a fine art nature photographer.

I worked in Crater Lake National Park in 2018 and would travel 60 miles to a wildlife refuge almost every morning to escape the smoke from wildfires, where I would hone in my bird photography skills. I spent the next 2 winters in Death Valley practicing and trying out new techniques in order to improve my landscape photography. I ended up trapped there when the pandemic hit and was fortunate enough to be all alone in the entire park without a single other photographer in sight for over a month. It was a humbling experience to say the least.

Thank you for coming along this journey with me! I wouldn't be able to capture these amazing moments to share with you all, without the love and support of my fans. You mean everything to me! Thank you so much for supporting me in my dream and making it become a reality. I could have never imagined that my work would inspire others, let alone somebody would actually want to buy a piece of my art.

I hope you've enjoyed my fine art collection of nature photographs and that one of them reminds you of a particular joyous moment in your life or inspired something within you!

Happy adventuring!


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