The May 3rd tornado became an F5 tornado with 318 mph wind speeds. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
The May 3rd tornado became an F5 tornado with 318 mph wind speeds.
More than 66 tornadoes hit Oklahoma.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
More than 66 tornadoes hit Oklahoma.
Forty eight people were killed in the storms.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Forty eight people were killed in the storms.
"I am still amazed we were not hurt worse. It was a blessing". : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
"I am still amazed we were not hurt worse. It was a blessing".
More than 8,000 homes were damaged or destroyed. : 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. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
The storm caused $1.1 billion in damage.
Homes were flattened, roofs chewed off.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Homes were flattened, roofs chewed off.
Neighbors helped collect 50 years of belongings. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Neighbors helped collect 50 years of belongings.
Almost everything was lost. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Almost everything was lost.
Trying to make it home during a hurricane, Florida Keys. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Trying to make it home during a hurricane, Florida Keys.
Flooding, Fort Lauderdale, Fl. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Flooding, Fort Lauderdale, Fl.
Drought exposes shore line, leaving the docks high & dry.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Drought exposes shore line, leaving the docks high & dry.
Receding shore line  during a drought. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Receding shore line during a drought.
Dying corn fields in western Oklahoma . : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Dying corn fields in western Oklahoma .
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Baltimore row house fire, two children lost
A helicopter carries water to a Wyoming wildfire. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
A helicopter carries water to a Wyoming wildfire.
A member of a hot-shot crew fire  battles a wild fire, Idaho. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
A member of a hot-shot crew fire battles a wild fire, Idaho.
A sign hangs on a tree as a wildfire continues to burn, New Mexico. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
A sign hangs on a tree as a wildfire continues to burn, New Mexico.
"I'm here for the 2 million kids who are like me, who want their parents to get residency, so we can stay together".  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
"I'm here for the 2 million kids who are like me, who want their parents to get residency, so we can stay together".
Child born to field worker, who picked crops too soon after spraying chemicals on the fields. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Child born to field worker, who picked crops too soon after spraying chemicals on the fields.
Carlos "Carlitos" Herrera was born without arms or legs because of the misuse of pesticides. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Carlos "Carlitos" Herrera was born without arms or legs because of the misuse of pesticides.
Crying for a fallen Haitian leader.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Crying for a fallen Haitian leader.
The face of Mass Shooting # 233 in 2022. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
The face of Mass Shooting # 233 in 2022.
Most never forget the day, they received the news,West Palm Beach National Cemetery, Florida : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Most never forget the day, they received the news,West Palm Beach National Cemetery, Florida
For others, healing is a process rather than an endpoint.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
For others, healing is a process rather than an endpoint.
And for some there is no healing. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
And for some there is no healing.
It is always a memory. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
It is always a memory.
After the war : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
After the war
Hanna Harris would have turned 30 on May 5, 2022 had she lived. Instead, thousands of Native Americans observed Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Hanna Harris would have turned 30 on May 5, 2022 had she lived. Instead, thousands of Native Americans observed Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day.
When we talk about the missing Native women, we are not talking about statistics. We are talking about our aunties, our moms, our sisters. We are talking about the center of our world. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
When we talk about the missing Native women, we are not talking about statistics. We are talking about our aunties, our moms, our sisters. We are talking about the center of our world.
Indigenous women are murdered at a rate 10 times higher than the national average.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
Indigenous women are murdered at a rate 10 times higher than the national average.
"Remember our Missing" ceremony at the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City. This is a silent genocide. : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
"Remember our Missing" ceremony at the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City. This is a silent genocide.
General Custer marched his troop to Black Kettle's camp and attacked sleeping Indians during a snow storm.  : Aftermath sessions : Oklahoma City Editorial and Documentary Photographer
General Custer marched his troop to Black Kettle's camp and attacked sleeping Indians during a snow storm.