Although I am just starting my career in professional photography, I have been taking some great photos for years. Many friends have told me I have a natural ability, but I am taking it to a whole new level!

Landscape and nature photography is what I love most. As I travel around the country I look for unique scenery, plants, birds, and wildlife to capture. I have often crept up on birds as close as 5 feet away, or they have decided to come and investigate me that close. Those are special moments to me!

One of my galleries is specifically about traveling around the United States and the many different experiences I encountered, so it is like a travelogue.

I am also interested in Native American culture, heritage, and history. You will see that emphasis in some of my shots. I also believe that one way Native families can help preserve their family history is with a family photo, and family tree record, which I would love to help families create. This is a unique service that I offer, as I watch elders meet their Creator, and observe the next generation lose more of their heritage.

I have decided to add Pet Photography because I have always loved animals, and most animals like me too, which helps make our ability to work together that much more solid. They are both fun and challenging subjects!

Always Searching For The Shot


Additional people or pets can be included for an additional charge. This is necessary since it both changes the dynamics and makes the shoot more challenging.

I love to photograph anything I see that inspires me, which is why I have included the full gallery as well. Maybe you will also be inspired enough to desire a photo for your wall or to make a card for a special person or occasion so check out the full gallery today!

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.”
“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.”
“Black and white are the colors of photography. They symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is subjected.”