The images below are some of my favorite from the last couple years of storm chasing and adventuring, plus the dam crack from 1987. I’ll be steadily adding more images as I produce new work, along with more from my archives. It means a lot to me that so many people have asked about prints and have wanted to support my work. 

 Click on any image to view purchase options as well as a short description of the story behind the shot. As you’ll see, every one of these images involved some combination of hard work, persistence and luck. Capturing each was often an adventure in itself.

The images here are small thumbnails for efficient web viewing, but the final prints are produced from large, high-resolution digital files without the watermark. I work with a custom print lab that hand produces and reviews each print individually before sending it to you. When I receive your order, I’ll mail you a signed Certificate of Authenticity separately.

All images are printed on Hahnemuhle Rag Baryta, a cotton based paper with a smooth semigloss finish and natural color base, free of optical whiteners to increase longevity. It is acid-free and lignin-free and meets the most exacting archival requirements. This is high quality paper and should last a lifetime if cared for properly.

If you’re interested in other sizes, a gallery exhibit, large wall mural photos, framing and mounting, metal prints, or if you would like a print of other images on my site, please contact me! I’m happy to jump on a call or email to see how we can work together. You can sign up for my very infrequent, non-spammy newsletter here [link] to be notified when I offer new work or write a new blog post. You can also follow my blog with any RSS feed reader.