I am a Texas-based photographer who lives and works in Lubbock, Texas. By day, I am the Assistant Registrar at Texas Tech University, but photography is my true passion.
In January of 2019, I purchased my first professional camera, taught myself the basics and in doing so, I opened a door to a whole new way of seeing and appreciating the world around me. I realized that up until then I merely glanced and never noticed, never fully grasped nature’s beauty and its healing effect. Sitting behind a camera you understand your true place and significance in the grand scheme of things. To me, the landscape of West Texas is historical, timeless, unrelenting, and we are mere passengers on it. Whether I am photographing wildlife or a cotton stripper during harvest, it is the land and the sky that are always constant. The vastness of West Texas has captivated me for years and my camera serves as a vessel to visually tell the story of this magnificent land.
Listening to the Land
Juried Exhibit: First Place
National Juried Exhibit
Dallas Metro Contemporary Arts
Our TTU Family Abroad Photography Exhibit
High and Dry Photography Exhibit
Juried Exhibit: Honorable Mention
Texas Tech University
Bachelor of Arts
Texas Tech University
Master of Arts
Concentrations in Higher Education, Communication, and Photography
Charities I support
Your 100% tax-deductible donation to Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation, the Department's official non-profit partner, will help make life better outside in Texas State Parks.
Texas Tech Feral Cat Coalition
The Tech Feral Cat Coalition's purpose is to maintain the feral cat colony at Texas Tech through feeding, vaccinations, and TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) programs. The organization protects the health of the campus cats by providing shelter from the elements, providing life saving veterinary care, and maintaining several feeding stations across campus year-round. Additionally, leaders of the organization helped university administrators to write an operating policy in regards to the handling of the feral cat population to ensure its safety for years to come.
The mission of Kat’s Alley Cats is to humanely, effectively, and permanently reduce the overpopulation of community cats via Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Community cats, otherwise known as feral, homeless, unowned, free-roaming, or alley cats, are those who are simply not adoptable by nature, through no fault of their own, yet their lives are no less valuable than those of our other furry friends. Kat’s Alley Cats is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of these community kitties by sterilizing, spaying/neutering, and vaccinating them via TNR.