I am an American-born photographic essayist. The premise of my work is that by cataloguing the American experience, we can better study the causes and consequences of what is often defined as our country's social ills, and achieve a deeper understanding of both ourselves and our fellow man.
I have received commissions from clients that include National Geographic, Harper's, TIME, Mother Jones, GQ, Apple, Sentara Healthcare and many more.
My photographs have been exhibited in group and solo shows internationally and my prints and books are held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Portland Art Museum, The Indie Photobook Library, The New York Public Library and in numerous private collections.
My projects have received grant support from the Aaron Siskind Foundation, The National Press Photographer's Association, ShootQ/Pictage, The Alexia Foundation, and National Geographic Magazine.
These days I live in Norfolk, Virginia with my wife and two daughters, accepting commissions of all kinds while working on long-form projects.
I am usually in the mood to make shit happen, so get in touch and let's work together.