When Kenneth and Barbara Goodin retired from working in Lawton, they decided to move to their ancestral land near Elgin. Kenneth’s grandfather, a respected Comanche Indian named Bob Otipoby claimed the land after the 1901 Jerome Agreement, which forced the Comanches to assign tribal members individual land allotments. He and his Betty Pedday had been […]
Jennifer Plett and her husband Perry live just north of Okeene on land her great grandfather, J.A. Hendricks, homesteaded after the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893. Their home is filled with memorabilia from her family’s time on the farm. She and Perry moved into the house in 1980 and raised their children in the […]
I photographed Maree Lunsford in front of her family’s McGranahan Barn event venue in Piedmont, along Northwest Expressway, for the November/December 2015 issue of Oklahoma Today. Her family has owned the property since well before statehood and she grew up on the farm and now manages the busy event scheduled for their replica family barn. […]
I photographed this cover and the feature story for Oklahoma Living Magazine. The story is about the UCO school of music and some of the students who are graduating from there. Many of the photos were shot in Bricktown and the cover was shot at a small pond in Edmond.
I wrote and photographed this story about CFL vs LED light bulbs for Oklahoma Living Magazine. I invited my great niece McKenzie Hanks to pose for the photo in a referee shirt holding the light bulbs, and photographed her on a white background in my driveway! I always enjoy shooting on white since it is […]