2016 Year in Review
2016 was an exceptional year for my career and photographic work. For the first time, I focused my entire year on creating timelapses (see video below).
My first book, The Anatomy of Severe Weather was released in February. After spending much of 2015 working on the book, it was nice to get out and shoot more often.
We saw tornadoes in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas and Kansas. I caught upward triggered lightning for the first time, and finally got to photograph the Milky Way as it was rising from the horizon. We witnessed 13 tornadoes during my supercell workshop,
Attendance at the workshops greatly exceeded expectations. I got to make a lot of new friends while teaching photography, presenting to photo clubs, shooting bluebonnets, stars and chasing supercells and monsoon storms.
2016 videos and timelapses in chronological order.