I originally wrote and photographed this story for Ride Oklahoma in 2008. ——————- In 1966, the Beatles song “We Can Work it Out” topped the charts, the Green Bay Packers beat the Cleveland Browns in the NFL Championship game, B-52’s first bombed Vietnam, and Ronald Reagan was elected governor of California. And 19 year old […]
Dirt Track Racing in Oklahoma When most people think auto racing, they think of the hard charging, fender banging racing in NASCAR, or the high tech open wheel racing that is Formula 1, or the explosive, high octane spectacle found at an NHRA drag race. Yet Oklahoma has none of this type of racing. The […]
Motorcycle Industry Can Help For the past two days I have been on assignment with an electrical utility client, photographing the extensive damage as well as the recovery efforts and the race to restore electrical power after the devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. As an avid motorcyclist, I couldn’t help but notice the damaged and […]
When I tell non-motorcycling friends and family that I ride bikes, they all ask me “have you been to Sturgis?” Always. Well no, in fact, I haven’t. Not yet. I plan to but haven’t made the excursion yet. It always comes in the middle of the summer when it is blistering hot, and since I […]
In 2009 I photographed pro motocross racer Justin Berry of Edmond, Oklahoma for the cover of Ride Oklahoma Magazine. Justin was a local rising star at the time. We shot at his family track in north Edmond on warm winter day. Justin and several friends came out to ride in the late afternoon sun.