My work as a Newspaper Photographer. Mostly from my time at the Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, VA.
Katie DeGregory, 5, waits for her father Commander Chris DeGregory to de-board the USS Harry S. Truman at Norfolk Naval Station in Norfolk, Va.
Boats of all kinds traveling up and down the Elizabeth River during the 32nd Annual Norfolk Harborfest in Norfolk, Va.
Members of the dance group Island Girl Mix dance down the street behind a flatbed truck carrying a deejay during the third annual CaribFest festival at Harbor Park in Norfolk, Va.
90-year-old Ommie Daniels prepares a meal at Charlie's Seafood restaurant in Virginia Beach on Friday, July 11, 2008. Daniels, who passed in 2011, began working at the restaurant in the 1950s.
Native Americans from tribes surrounding Missoula, Mont. sing an honor song before the groundbreaking of what will become the Native American
A bucket of freshly caught Chesapeake blue crabs wait to be purchased by locals in Norfolk, Va.
A fire fighter sprays a garbage truck that caught fire in Chesapeake, Va.
Crow Tribal Police Officer Clayvin Herrera, checks out and abandoned car on the road to Lodge Grass, Mont.
Barrel racer Casey Fleming, 18, of the Outer Banks prepares her horse before the start of the 2008 Khedive Rodeo in Chesapeake.
Ida Mae Lynch, 82, stands in front of the Portsmouth home she's lived in since the late 1940s.
World Changers Crew chief Shane Booker, 28, of Panama City, Fla., prays after devotions at Frances Maness Flowers' Chesapeake home on Thursday.
Bareback bronc rider Hunter Bourne, 25, of Galax, Va. stretches before competition at the 2008 Khedive Rodeo in Chesapeake, Va.
45th Annual Montana High School Association Cross Country Championship in Missoula, Mont.
Wild horses swim across Assateague Channel in front of spectators in Chincoteague, Va. during the 83rd annual Pony Penning. The ponies are rounded up and herded from the Virginia side of Assateague Island to Chincoteague by volunteer "salt water cowboys" where foals will to be auctioned off. The auction serves two purposes, to maintain the size of the herd on Assateague Island and as a fundraiser for the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company