This past summer I had an assignment to photograph the Tour of Lawrence bike races in downtown Lawrence. It was a great event, spanning three days, and provided lots of potential for images. Here are just a few of what I shot that weekend. ...

I'd been shooting the Flint Hills with fellow photographer, Doug Stremel, and the skies were so clear that we decided not to let the setting sun stop us. We headed out to Bloomington Beach at Clinton Reservoir, and found the water was so high that...

Water is not something one typically associates with the Kansas landscape. We have no coastline and it's arguable whether we really even have any natural lakes (I've heard Lake Inman is our only one, but I don't know if that is true). Maybe that's why...

With 105 counties in the state of Kansas, it became an obvious challenge early on to photograph each and every county courthouse. I achieved this goal once on film, and I now at it again as I update all of those images in digital. It's...

Above: a Chase County road near Clements. While the purpose of this site is largely to promote my Kansas photography, it's also always been a joy of mine to share the discoveries I've made while exploring my home state's backroads. It's a sad reality that many...

As much as I'm drawn to photographing the Kansas landscape, I'm also taken by her architecture. While the grand buildings found in the larger cities have their merits, I'm especially drawn to smaller towns where the buildings may be simpler, but often date to a specific period...

For my first real post here on True Kansas, I'm going with an image of Monument Rocks in Gove County, KS. Future posts will feature plenty of the "expected" Kansas (farms, cowboys, never-ending wheat fields, etc.), but I want to be sure to also share...

Launching today -- on Kansas' 155th birthday -- True Kansas will become the new hub for my Kansas photography projects. I'm a travel photographer with images from six continents in my files but it all began with Kansas, my home state. My photo library initially...