My professional career began with a series of photos taken in a drive-through car wash. The play of water flying in the air, the light streaming through it and the violent colors got me hooked. I had my first show of my water art in what would soon be the Allie Jensen Gallery Art at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center in Tulsa in 2013.

My photos deal with the world that most people don’t take time to see. I transform the “everyday” into new and try to use my photography to both morph and renew people’s perceptions of the hidden of beauty in our daily lives.

I digitally edit subjects with strong architectural, botanical, industrial and abstract works that are saturated with color and print most of my art on aluminum sheets which give the art a deep luminescence. I have also been successful with placing my art on merchandise as well using Zazzle. My work is now also in online international exhibitions and I have been dabbling with Artificial Intelligent (AI) digital art. 

As a member of Tulsa Artist’s Coalition, Living Arts, 108 Contemporary Gallery and Alpha Rho Tau, I am firmly planted in Tulsa and hope to expand my business into the region.

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