February 19, 2019 I spent the day in the kitchen with Chris Carroll, owner of Sweater Box Confections. Chris has lived full time on the Outer Banks since 1993. She decided last year she was going to update, refresh and rebrand her website and products to increase her online sales. During this rebranding phase I… Continue reading Sweater Box Confections, Local Outer Banks Baker
February 26, 2019 mirror sunset from Cape Point tonight. Quiet evening with only a few people, some birds and a shrimp trawler in the distance. If you have never been to Cape Point you need to come and witness the magic at the end of the earth.
February 9, 2019 the North Carolina Department of Transportation, Dare County and Cape Hatteras National Seashore celebrated the opening of the Bonner Bridge Replacement. This bridge is the only access by structure to Hatteras Island for healthcare, ambulance service and delivery of food, gasoline and goods. A lifeline for the residents of Hatteras Island and… Continue reading Oregon Inlet Replacement Bridge, Outer Banks Photographer
February 7, 2019 what is left of the Big John Shrimp Trawler. The vessel ran aground and fell apart close to shore early Monday morning. The three passengers onboard survived with minor injuries. Beach cleanup efforts from the community on Tuesday helped to clean up the large amount of debris from the beach between Ramp… Continue reading Big John Shrimp Trawler Wreck, Outer Banks Documentary Photographer
I have been creating fine art resin prints of my images. The idea has been in the back of my mind for a few years now. I am finally getting some prints ready to sell. So excited for the latest epoxy resin prints. Similar to the idea of glassing a surfboard with epoxy resin. This… Continue reading Fine Art Resin Photo Prints, Outer Banks Photographer
January 21, 2019 the wolf blood moon rose over the ocean. A beautifully frigid evening on Hatteras Island. Book a winter vacation to Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
January 20-21, 2019 the super wolf blood moon from Cape Hatteras National Seashore was insane. These images were taken from 11pm-12:40am.