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! and the Arizona Daily Sun. My work has also been featured in Off the Coast for its Winter 2017 issue.
I mostly work with a Canon EOS 70D and a Sigma Art 18‑35mm f/1.8 DC HSM
Below are samples of some of my work.
Reverend Horton Heat performs at the Orpheum Theater in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Portland Head Light.
Two surfers riding waves in Reid State Park in Georgetown, Maine.
Protesters clash outside Flagstaff City Hall during a Defend DACA protest.
Hadlock Field in Portland, Maine at dusk.
Two boys practice for Camp Skylemar’s 2017 Color War.
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’
“You go out on a fatality accident and you end up with the vehicle, the literal space in which somebody, or more than one somebody sometimes, has lost their life.” Author Jesse Sensibar on life and death on the highway.
John Gourley of Portugal. The Man at the Prochnow Auditorium on the Northern Arizona University Campus.
A young protester during the 2017 Women’s March in Sedona, Arizona.
The Sound of Flight mural by Mural Mice and Sky Black.
Protesters chant and boo while attendees leave President Trump’s rally | Aug. 22
protesters carry an effigy of Northern Arizona University president Rita Cheng.
The Navajo Generating Station in Page, Arizona.
Portrait of Urian Lee of Naming Our Monsters.
Multnomah Falls in Oregon.
Anthony Ortiz, one of many houseless individuals in Flagstaff, sleeps on a bench in front of La Santisima.
Give me your love. One of four in a series.
Helen Padilla sits in her home studio in Flagstaff, Arizona. Her work focuses on emotions and anxieties in contemporary life.
Happy fourth. America First. One of three photos in a series.
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.