I started my career in 1990 in the Houston Post advertising department. In 1992, moved to New York City to study at the International Center of Photography were I was picked up by Black Star World Wide Photo agency. In 1996, I took a job as chief photographer at the Southwest Daily Times in Liberal, Kansas. The following year, I moved to The Facts, a daily newspaper south of Houston. I was named chief photographer in 2000 and was there until April of 2005, when I accepted a staff photography position at the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, where I was named chief photographer in 2008. In January of 2015 my family moved to Tyler, where I started my career as a commercial and corporate freelance photographer.
I have worked oversea in Ireland, Taiwan and Indonesia; I have also worked throughout Central America in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. My work has been featured in publications including Time, Newsweek, Life, U.S.News and World Report, Der Spiegel, London Time and varies newspapers in United States and overseas.