I have been a Television News Photojournalist since 1993. I never know where I’ll end up or what I’ll see. As long as News continues to happen, I’ll be there, continuing to share photos and stories.

Recent Articles
  • Myers and Smith lead wire-to-wire in modified races at Bowman Gray Stadium

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Jason Myers and John Smith notched victories in the two, 25 laps Modified Races at Bowman Gray Stadium on Saturday night. Myers led from the pole in race one, never giving up the lead. His brother Burt finished second. Smith started from the pole in race two and also led every lap to get his first win of the season in the 53 car.

  • Rice wins again at Bowman Gray Stadium

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Street Stock Division ran a 20-lap feature and Derrick Rice was able to pick up his second win of the 2015 season. Rice was able to take the lead on lap one from the outside front row starting position and from there, never looked back.

  • Road rage highlights sportsman race at Bowman Gray

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – A fiery crash, road rage and a high school graduate. Those were the three keys to the action in the two 20-lap Sportsman division races at Bowman Gray Stadium Saturday night. The first race came to a grinding halt off of turn 4 on lap 6 when the 13 car of Chase Hunt was trying to pass the 14 car of Steve Holleman. The two cars spun coming off of turn 4 with five more cars piling […]

  • Tim Brown becomes all-time winningest driver for Bowman Gray modified racing

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Tim Brown drove his 83 car to victory Friday night to become the all-time winningest driver in modified racing Bowman Gray Stadium. Saturday night, he led the 100-lap race flag to flag to increase that stat by one. In capturing that 75th career victory, Brown’s is on a streak of three race wins in as many races. Brown never lost the lead in the race thanks to great re-starts, some of which were criticized by fans, fellow […]

  • Bowman Gray K&N series highlights

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Touring series made its annual stop at Bowman Gray Stadium Saturday night bringing the full bodied stock cars back to the quarter mile for the third year in a row for the NASCAR Hall of Fame 150. 21-year-old Ridgefield, Connecticut driver, Scott Heckert, driving the 34 car for HScott Motorsports started on the pole and led every lap dominating a race with only a handful of cautions. The win was Heckert’s […]

  • FOX NASCAR’s Mike Joy familiar face at races

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — He’s been around racing since he was a teenager and got his start as a PA announcer at a short track in New England.  These days FOX NASCAR`s Mike Joy is just about as familiar a face at a Sprint Cup Race as Jimmie Johnson or Dale Earnhardt, Jr. His work in NASCAR started well before the sport was regularly on television.  While working at that short track in New England he became friends with Ken Squier, […]

  • Thomasville veteran helping others with PTSD

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — A veteran from Thomasville is speaking up about PTSD just two years after it nearly cost him his life. Bobby Grey was in the Marine Corps and spent time in the war in Iraq. After he got out of the service he and his wife noticed that his quality of life was spiraling downward. He seemed eternally miserable but he was in denial that anything was wrong. “He was so in denial that there was anything wrong […]

  • Wall, Sanders, Yates pick up wins at Bowman Gray Stadium

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Brian Wall led wire to wire to wire in the Street Stock event. AJ Sanders remains perfect on the year with three wins in three events in the Stadium Stock race 1. Daniel Yates picked up the win in the Stadium Stock race 2.

  • 100-lap sportsman race tests division’s endurance skills

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Sportsman Division at Bowman Gray Stadium ran its longest race of the season Saturday night, the Farm Bureau Insurance Sportsman 100. It’s an endurance event compared to the 20-lap races these drivers usually run but that also means there’s an exponential increase in action, aggression and anger. John Holloman IV started on the pole in his No. 4 car and led much of the early part of the race. Derek Stoltz used the restart cone to make […]

  • Brown ties Miller for all-time modified wins at Bowman Gray

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – It was a big night for Tim Brown, starting from the pole in the first of 2, 25 lap Modified races at Bowman Gray Stadium Saturday night, with a chance to tie and pass Junior Miller as the all-time race winner in the division. Brown came into the night with 72 wins and never looked back in the first race, winning and tying Miller at the 73-win mark. In the second race, Miller started 10th after the […]

  • Wounded Warriors and disabled veterans go fishing on Randleman Lake

    RANDLEMAN, N.C. — For nearly 50 volunteer boaters, Randleman Lake was the best place to spend the day on Tuesday. They were there for the Top Shelf Fishing Festival, a day of fishing for wounded warriors and disabled veterans. This is the first time the 3-year-old tournament has been held on Randleman Lake. This year it’s a three-lake event with a day each spent on Badin Lake and another on Lake Norman. For veterans such as 85-year-old Army veteran Don […]

  • Street Stock 50 lap race slowed by multi-car crash

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — At 50 laps, it’s the longest event of the season for the Street Stock Division at Bowman Gray Stadium and that certainly comes with more action. Among the action on the night was a multi-car crash about halfway through the race. On a restart, the 1 car of Jasper Sumner running toward the back of the field rear-ended another car busting his radiator, soaking the track with water. When the leader, Steven Berrier in the 4 car,  got back around to that […]


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 82,470 other followers