I’ve worked as a concerned documentary-style visual journalist for over 25 years. It’s been an experience best described through the images I’ve made of people’s life’s struggles and triumphs. The work I’m most interested in documenting is about those who are on the fringes of society. It seems that’s where the extremes of economic and social inequality manifest in their most troubling forms. I’ve initiated many photojournalism projects/stories through the years, while working as a photographer and photo editor at various publications including, The Herald-Whig, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, The Sedalia Democrat, The Sentry, The Branson Daily News, and more.
Clients include: The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, The Borenstein Marketing Group Inc., The National Neighborhood Coalition, Color Techs Inc., Innovative Business Technology, and InfinityQS International, The Associated Press, Dublin News Group, The Copeland Group, Lighthouse Design, Gallery of Fame, Wayne Newton Publications, Imax Theatres, Mel Tillis Theatre, Americana Theatre, Brenda Lee Productions, Inc., Jim Stafford Theatre, Silver Dollar City, Roy Clark Theatre, Destination Branson, Mutton Hollow Entertainment Park, The Branson Arts Council, Hollister Discovery Center, 2G Design Inc., Country Inn, Gallery of Fame, and the city of Branson, Mo.