More National Geographic Goodness!

I have two photos trending this week on National Geographic's Your Shot, echeck them out if you get the chance!


A bird, which I took at the Edwin B. Forsythe nature preserve, and a young dolphin being trained, which I took at Seaworld.  The bird is for an assignment on Nature, and the dolphin is for Animals We Love.


Nat Geo

After about a year up uploading imagery to Nat Geo, I was finally published!  I wish it was in print, but I will take getting published on their blog!





I competed for the second year in a row in the Defense Information School's Visual Information Awards Program this year, and was honored to have placed 3rd in the digital art category of MILGRAPH.  While I consider myself a photographer first, painter second, my photos didn't do so well.  However, I learned a lot from watching the judging.


I also attended 2014's DC Shoot Off, a meeting of some of the greatest minds in military photojournalism!  It was an amazing experience that taught me a lot.  That's whats so great about this field:  we're always learning.


Here's my winning digital art piece, "Jersey Jerk over Ruhr":