One storm became an F5 tornado with 318 mph wind speeds. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
One storm became an F5 tornado with 318 mph wind speeds.
More than 66 tornadoes hit Oklahoma.  : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
More than 66 tornadoes hit Oklahoma.
Forty eight people were killed in the storms.  : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Forty eight people were killed in the storms.
More than 8,000 homes were damaged or destroyed. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
More than 8,000 homes were damaged or destroyed.
The storm caused $1.1 billion in damage. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
The storm caused $1.1 billion in damage.
Homes were flattened, roofs chewed off.  : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Homes were flattened, roofs chewed off.
Neighbors helped collect 50 years of belongings. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Neighbors helped collect 50 years of belongings.
Almost everything was lost. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Almost everything was lost.
"I am still amazed we were not hurt worse. It was a blessing". : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
"I am still amazed we were not hurt worse. It was a blessing".
Trying to make it home during a hurricane. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Trying to make it home during a hurricane.
Flooding, Fort Lauderdale, Fl. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Flooding, Fort Lauderdale, Fl.
Drought exposes shore line, leaving the docks high & dry.  : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Drought exposes shore line, leaving the docks high & dry.
Receding shore line  during a drought. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Receding shore line during a drought.
Dying corn fields in western Oklahoma . : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Dying corn fields in western Oklahoma .
A member of a hot-shot crew fire  battles a wild fire. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
A member of a hot-shot crew fire battles a wild fire.
A helicopter carries water to a Wyoming wildfire. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
A helicopter carries water to a Wyoming wildfire.
A sign hangs on a tree as a wildfire continues to burn. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
A sign hangs on a tree as a wildfire continues to burn.
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost
After the war : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
After the war
Memorial day : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Memorial day
Remembering those who gave their all. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Remembering those who gave their all.
July 4th  : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
July 4th
Remembering those killed in the Oklahoma City bombing. : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Remembering those killed in the Oklahoma City bombing.
"I had to come to his chair and say I still love you" : The Aftermath Sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
"I had to come to his chair and say I still love you"