I started this website to bring more of the hunting world to those that generally have not been exposed to or do not understand this lifestyle. More and more these days I talk to people that want to care for the environment, eat organic and leave a small footprint in the world. In the next breath some of these people will disparage hunters as killers with no regard for the natural world. I believe you will find no greater friend to the outdoors than a hunter. Through my words and photography I hope that I can encourage people to embrace hunting not only as a tradition in this country, but also as a way become more engaged with where their food comes from and the habitats that it thrives in.
If you have a story you want to see told through photography or a print you would like to purchase, please feel free to contact me.
Whitetail Deer Gallery
Every now and then I get a chance to capture images that I wouldn’t normally get the chance to capture. These moments are not always tied to the outdoors, but they are important to me nonetheless. Click on the galleries below to view more.
Nathan’s Public Land Buck
One afternoon I got a call from a friend to see if I could lend a hand getting a buck out of the Sam Houston National Forest. I obliged and on the way out the door I grabbed my camera to capture his story.
This is the first retriever I ever had the pleasure of photographing during a duck hunt. His name is Jax and was trained by Kirk Wichman with Hidden Lake Retrievers out of Anderson, Texas.
Union Pacific 4141, while transporting Bush 41 to his final resting place, passed through the town that I live in. It was a once in a lifetime experience that saw hundreds, if not thousands, of people from around Texas show up to pay their respects.