In 2016, I began work as a staff photographer for
The Lumberjack and have been passionate about photography ever since. I have experience with event coverage, concerts, landscapes, portraits and sports photography.
I currently work as a photo/multimedia journalist for
Flagstaff Live!, Mountain Living Magazine and the Arizona Daily Sun. My work has also been featured in Off the Coast for its Winter 2017 issue.
Below are samples of some of my work.
My friend Andraya. A woman rides her bike during a second line parade in New Orleans. The French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana. Mardi Gras Indians lead a second line parade in New Orleans. Multnomah Falls in Oregon. In 1944, a B-24 bomber crashed on the side of the San Francisco Peaks, killing all eight of the crew members. The wreckage has become a monument which many locals and tourists alike often hike to. Cyam’s album Food Baby recounts their experiences with love, depression and family. Helen Padilla use art and abstractions to express anxieties in the modern world. Give me your love. One of four in a series. Reverend Horton Heat performs at the Orpheum Theater in Flagstaff, Arizona. Harness dancers on the southern wall of the Sunwest Bank in Flagstaff, Arizona during dress rehearsal for Dark Sky Aerial’s second production of ‘TILT’ A young protester during the 2017 Women’s March in Sedona, Arizona. Portual. The Man’s John Gourley performs at the Prochnow Auditorium at the NAU Campus. Anthony Ortiz, one of many houseless individuals in Flagstaff, sleeps on a bench in front of La Santisima. Fourth of July parade in 2018, Flagstaff, Arizona. Protesters clash outside Flagstaff City Hall during a Defend DACA protest. Protesters chant and boo while attendees leave President Trump’s rally | Aug. 22 Sea Dogs game in Portland, Maine, 2017 Two surfers riding waves in Reid State Park in Georgetown, Maine. Two boys practice for Camp Skylemar’s 2017 Color War. Protesters carry an effigy of Northern Arizona University president Rita Cheng. Bahe Whitethorn Sr. leads a workshop at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Modest Mouse performs at the Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill Park in 2018. “I want to do something with my art, not just something pretty. I want to show the way I see my friends’ stories.” Gerardo Alvarado uses his art to focus on migrant justice.