...@ the Bastille Day parade in Paris, France (1989)
...@ the Florida A&M University Football Media Day in Tallahassee, FL (2008)
...with the former Presidents of the United States of America, #41, George H. W. Bush & #43, George W. Bush in Tallahassee, FL (1999)
...@ Inaugural Parade for the 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, in Washington, DC (2008)
...with former First Lady Hillary Clinton in Tallahassee, FL (1996)
...with former First lady Michelle Obama in Tallahassee, FL (2008)
...@ the Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Canton, OH (2010)
Graduated from The Florida A&M University
As a native of Tallahassee, Florida, I was always fascinated with taking photographs of friends and family during my teens. After studying graphic arts and photography at Florida A&M University (FAMU) and receiving a bachelors degree. I later joined the public relations staff at FAMU (1982-2011) as the university's official photographer. Although my main duty was as a photographer, I am also experienced as a graphic designer, webmaster, and videographer.
Through out my professional career I have also worked as a studio photographer, photojournalist, wedding photographer and sports photographer.
Meanwhile, I began photographing weddings and special events in the north Florida area. I quickly became recognized as one of the area's most sought after wedding photographers.
Currently based in Tampa, Florida, in addition to my photography, graphics & website business, I am also vice president of marketing and sales at Naturceutics, Inc. and an internet marketer with Market America.
• MICHIGAN LIVING (Cover photo)
• TIME/The Princeton Review (Feature photo)
• Newsweek (Feature photo
• Ebony (Feature photos)
• Black Issues In Higher Education
• The Atlanta Constitution
• USA Today
• The St. Petersburg Times
• The Orlando Sentinel
• The Palm Beach Post
• The Fort Pierce Tribune
• The Tallahassee Democrat
• The Pensacola News
• “FAMU Today” Public Affairs Talk Show
(producer, director & videographer)
• The Barcardi Art Gallery, Miami, Florida
“The Magic of the Marching 100”