I love to create compelling visual content because I think it is at the heart of every brand.
My career in visuals began at the age of 13 when my dad handed me a film camera and said, “have fun.” He still loves to tell the story of me trying to load the film for the first time. I had unrolled it on accident, essentially ruining the film. It was quite funny, and I learned my fair share that day. Since that fun-filled day, I have obtained a Bachelor’s of Photojournalism from Western Kentucky University and an MBA from Texas A&M University – Kingsville.
If I’m not creating visuals, then I’m spending time with my family and our two dogs. We love to travel and go on adventures.
I have worked for, The Houston Chronicle, The Associated Press, The Dallas Morning News, and the Texas Medical Center.
My work has been recognized by the Barbara Jordan Media Awards, Alexia Foundation, National Press Photographer’s Association, The Associated Press, Hearst Journalism Awards, College Photographer of the Year, Associated Press Managing Editors and the Lone Star Awards, and the Society for Features Journalism.