October 11, 2018 Tropical Storm Michael on Cape Hatteras National Seashore at 4:30pm. 35+ mph wind gusts. Prayers to anyone in Michael’s path.
October 5, 2018 tropical storm Leslie is still producing decent swell for the Outer Banks and much of the east coast. Fall feels like summer with the 80 degree air temperatures in October. The current was a little intense today I had a hard time getting in the right spot. Scroll down for a few… Continue reading Fall at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Outer Banks Photographer
The evening of August 16, 2018 I met the Gernert family from Virginia at their oceanfront home in south Nags Head, North Carolina. All the children were so wonderful to work with. The sky was deep shades of blue as the sunset behind the dunes. Scroll down for a few frames with the Gernert family.… Continue reading Nags Head Family Vacation, Outer Banks Photographer
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
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 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
August 2, 2018 I met the Shields family from West Virginia at their oceanfront home in Salvo, North Carolina at sunset. Sisters Maelie and Marissa were fun to document. Scroll down for a few frames with the girls and their family.