Published Editorial Photography

Published Editorial Photography

I wanted to take the opportunity to share some of my published editorial photography from the past 18-years. As a photojournalist I have completed editorial photography assignments in more than a dozen US states and half-a-dozen countries around the world for some of the largest publications on the planet. My clients have included The Associated Press, Newsweek, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Army Times, Der Spiegel, Science et Vie, Dealernews. Additionally, my work has been broadcast and published online and in print by National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Time, People, ESPN, CNN, The Weather Channel and countless other local and regional media outlets.

If you haven any questions about licensing any of my work that can be found in my online archive or would like to hire me for a photo assignment for your publication or company my contact information can be found at

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Inside Firearms Manufacturer PTR Industries for USA Today

A few weeks ago I spent the day at firearm manufacturer PTR Industries in Aynor, SC during an editorial photography and video assignment for our client USA Today.

Aynor, SC — GunsRelocated: When Connecticut and New York passed strict gun laws following the 2012 Newtown massacre, some gun-makers firmly rooted in the heart of the firearm industry made life and business-altering decisions. They left. In their pursuit of cheap land and deep tax breaks offered by friendly suitors from South Carolina, Texas and Nevada, they have been forced to contend with new challenges: finding skilled workers from the plentiful pool left behind in the so-called “New England Gun Valley’’ and new distribution channels to get their products to market.– Photo by Brett Flashnick, Freelance

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48-hours at the Lady in Black

The clock showed it was 2am, as I made way home to Columbia in the back seat of Mary Ann’s car early Sunday morning, following the 60th running of the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway, in Darlington, SC. I was completely drained from two non-stop days of making my way around the “Lady in Black” while on assignment for the Associated Press, but was content as could be, and didn’t mind the fact that it would be 3am or later before my head hit the pillow.

, before the 60th running of the Southern 500, for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto racing at Darlington Raceway on, Saturday, May 9, 2009, in Darlington, S.C. (AP Photo/Brett Flashnick)

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