September 22, 2018 the first day of fall on Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The waves were 4-6 foot and breaking perfectly down the beach at the first jetty. Conditions were clean and glassy. I swam against the current for a couple hours trying to capture some of the locals surfing their home break. Scroll down… Continue reading Surfing, First Day of Fall 2018, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Outer Banks Documentary Photographer
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 9, 2018 swell from Hurricane Florence is starting to fill in on Hatteras Island. Local’s are getting their last surf session in before preparing for a possibly devastating hurricane later this week. At sunset the sound was slick as glass. It’s a little eerie how calm and beautiful the island can be before a… Continue reading Sunset and Swell from Hurricane Florence, Outer Banks Documentary Photographer
August 3, 2018 I met the Creech family from Maryland at their oceanfront home in Duck, North Carolina before sunset. Cousins; Wally, Austin and Jacob were so animated and fun to work with. Scroll down for a few frames with the boys and their family during their Outer Banks Vacation.
August 23, 2018 chilly air temps and mini barrels at south beach this morning. I am looking forward to my favorite season on the Outer Banks! If you have the chance to visit this fall I highly recommend it!
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