A few years ago I was got an assignment to photograph working ranches in Oklahoma. I traveled to far western Oklahoma and these are some of the photos from this assignment.
“Would you like to photograph a story about the Horny Toad at Tinker Air Force Base?” I got that question after answering the phone call from Megan Rossman, photo editor at Oklahoma Today Magazine. “Heck yea!” Didn’t take me long to answer that question. I had originally told Nathan Gunter, editor at Oklahoma Today, about […]
Jennifer Plett and her husband Perry live just north of Okeene on land her great grandfather, J.A. Hendricks, homesteaded after the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893. Their home is filled with memorabilia from her family’s time on the farm. She and Perry moved into the house in 1980 and raised their children in the […]
Earlier this year I was assigned to photograph a story by Oklahoma Today about Oklahoma families who lived on their family’s original land allotment when Oklahoma became a state. The story, written by my friend and awesome writer Nathan Gunter, highlighted four Oklahoma families – two with native American roots and two families with white […]
I spent fall of 2014 and much of 2015 photographing the Oklahoma high school debate circuit for Oklahoma Today magazine. After completing the assignment I felt it was one of my most challenging assignments to date. I traveled to several venues for the story, including the Oklahoma High School Debate State Championships at the University of Oklahoma. (And […]