Joslin Simms, mother of Ray Simms, shot and killed in 2005. Personal work.
Stickers. Personal work.
Musicians Katelyn Read and Kamara Thomas for Mercury Studio.
The Young Street bridge in Aberdeen Washington, where Kurt Cobain used to hide and sleep and write music as a teenager. Personal work.
Under the Trump administration, documented immigrants with green cards but also petty felony records could be deported. One such Vietnamese refugee, and his pregnant wife, for The New York Times.
Yellowstone National Park. Personal work.
Dr. Zhen Gu, a medical researcher best known for his smart insulin patch, for STAT Magazine.
The neighborhood kids at Ravenel Mobile Home Park, the sight of a mass shooting in Ravenel, SC. For VICE.
Beard contest, Raleigh, N.C. for INDY Week.
National Audubon Society annual report, 2015..
Wood Thrushes in North Carolina for Audubon.
National Audubon Society 2016 annual report.
PICNIC Barbecue's Wyatt Dickson and his two custom-built pig smokers. For The INDY Week.
Musician Clay Brook for Mercury Studio.
A singed and melted American flag at the Orange County North Carolina Republican Party outside there their firebombed campaign office in Hillsborough, N.C.
Ned Curran, CEO of Bissell, developer of Ballantyne, for The Wall Street Journal.
Durham, N.C. Personal work.
Dr. Bill Boulding, Dean of the Duke University Fuqua School of Business. For The Wall Street Journal.
Immigration in Alamance County, N.C. for The New York Times.
Spring at Saddle Mountain, Sparta, N.C. for INDY Week.
Karen Wade and Kelli Evans together for 17 years, and their 3-year-old triplets Evan, Emma and Grady in Durham, N.C. Personal work.
Tank olympic winners for GX (The National Guard Experience) Magazine.
Folk musician Jake Xerxes Fussell in Durham, N.C. for INDY Week.
July 4th at Oval Park in Durham. Personal work.
Spoons allegedly bent by the mind. Durham, N.C.
Sarah Jean Barton for Seattle Pacific University RESPONSE Magazine.
Soloman Howard plays Muhammad Ali in the opera Approaching Ali. For INDY Week.
Emilio Giovanni Felicione and his ex-wife, Lorraine Felicione, both 83, are holdouts at The Velvet Cloak Inn in Raleigh, which is mired in legal limbo. For INDY Week.
The Pit Authentic BBQ in Durham for The New York Times.
Dad and Dad for INDY Week.
After the drug raid, Durham. Personal Work.
Jace Badia, blown up in Iraq on Veteran's Day. For The Tampa Bay Times.
Durham, N.C. Personal work.
Sheryl Bostic is consoled by Dean Padgett as a crowd gathers at the intersection of Taylor Street and Alston Avenue. Kwame Smith guards Dean's cross. Sheryl's mother Doris had passed away the night before and she was stricken with grief. “The greatest sin is doing nothing, it’s the greatest selfishness of all,” he says of people who are indifferent to the plight of others.
Tyree Barrett has been suspended from Hillside High in Durham several times as a result of the effects of his Type 1 Diabetes. For INDY Week.
Joslin. Personal work.
Dr. Ricky Bloomfield, MD, Director of Mobile Technology Strategy
and Internal Medicine Pediatrics Physician at DukeHealth. For Getty.
Elijah Helms, 4, dressed as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Leonardo, and Z'Dayvia Holloway, 7, dressed as Snow White, posed for portraits in Southside Durham.
Johnny Mercer Pier at Wrightsville Beach. Personal work.
Des Ark for She Shreds Magazine.
Musician Django Haskins for Mercury Studio.
Bands with families for INDY Week.
Champagne dress. Durham, N.C.
Mount Airy, N.C., also known as Mayberry in the Andy Griffith show. For Education Week.
Indies Arts award-winning dancer Leah Wilks in Durham, for INDY Week.
The Watts-Hillandale July 4th Parade in Durham. Personal work.
Mass shooting victims' graves. Ravenel, S.C.
Sarah Shook, bartender at The Cave in Chapel Hill, N.C. for INDY Week.
High Point, N.C. for Education Week.
Soumya Gade, 15, a talented local badminton player, has Olympic dreams. For INDY Week.
Grammy-nominated folk musician Alice Gerrard for INDY Week.
Rapper King Mez for INDY Week.