Before Hurricane Florence I spent the morning of September 8, 2018 with the Cape Hatteras Secondary School Surf Club in the Atlantic Ocean. It was a fun morning in Buxton documenting the students, some of their dads and teachers (Clayton Tiderman and Randy Ratliff) and the schools resource officer Rob Anders. Clayton Tiderman is Cape… Continue reading Cape Hatteras Science Teacher Takes Students from Classroom to the Ocean for Surf Club
September 13, 2018 Hurricane Florence storm surge in Avon and other spots on Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Scroll down for a few dramatic frames and video footage.
September 12, 2018 one day before Hurricane Florence is expected to hit the east coast. I drove around the island documenting locals getting ready for Hurricane Florence. Scroll down for a few frames of anticipation.
September 11, 2018 I drove towards Pea Island at noon today to see if the tide was going to wash over the road as it has the past two days. There is still standing water on route 12 but the road is passable. Seems as though most visitors have left the island and traffic is… Continue reading Pre-Hurricane Florence, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Outer Banks Documentary Photographer
Meet Justin Paxton, Cape Hatteras Secondary Schools only art teacher. Justin was born and raised in Norfolk, Virginia with his parents and his twin brother and older siblings. He moved to Hatteras when he was 4 years old and has been on and off the island ever since. He moved back his senior year of… Continue reading Cape Hatteras Art Teacher Paints the Island
July 20, 2018 I revisited the two houses in Rodanthe that were barely hanging on during Tropical Storm Chris. They are both still there. The Mermaid’s Tears oceanfront house was moved about 60 feet back from the shore break by Expert House Movers. I spoke with the construction company on the scene today with Overton… Continue reading Update on Rodanthe Houses That Were Almost Washed to Sea, Outer Banks Documentary Photographer
Get your fresh local shrimp before they are gone! July 12, 2018 the Miss Wanda shrimp boat came in with 3700 pounds of big shrimp to Avon Seafood. Avon Seafood is locally owned and operated by local islander Tilman Gray. He has been in business for over 25 years. He started his business out… Continue reading Fresh Local Shrimp, Avon Seafood, Hatteras Village, Outer Banks Documentary Photographer