Thanks for visiting! I'm a year-round storm observer and photographer covering St. Louis and the surrounding region. My goal is to capture nature's dramatic side, and in doing so, provide you with the perfect image for your home, office or business. I specialize in photography of St. Louis, MO and the Gateway Arch, storms and extreme weather, Charleston, West Virginia, and West Virginia landmarks. My extensive Saint Louis photo collection features the city skyline and Gateway Arch from all angles and in all types of seasons and weather.
I have a passion to capture compelling images that will always turn heads wherever they are displayed. My gallery is the result of weeks on the road for the last 30 years, driving thousands of miles in all types of weather. My Storms and Extreme Weather collection is a comprehensive archive with hundreds of images including lightning, storm clouds, tornadoes, and winter storm photography. I know you will enjoy your finished piece as much as I have enjoyed capturing it!
Find the perfect image for any style and decor. All images in the catalog are available in the following quality formats:
To order, browse to any image and click to view the available printing options. Frames are available via the online shopping cart system, but for the best final result, I recommend taking the print to your local frame shop for a custom frame. I would be happy to assist you in choosing a frame and mat that would look good with your print.
- Large gallery prints
- Canvas wrap prints
- Metallic (metal) prints
- Glass prints
- Wall clings
The collection of imagery is always growing, so check back regularly. Rights-managed licensing is provided for all images as well as fine art prints from the online shopping cart system. Follow the Facebook page or the Twitter feed to keep up with the latest updates.
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There was a slim chance for a decent sunset over the city on the evening of Tuesday the 23rd, thanks to a small area of cloud-free clearing to the west in central Missouri.