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.

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  • Karting at GoPro Motorplex isn’t as easy as it looks

    Driving a GoKart that’ll go 55-miles-per-hour and sits just three inches off the ground is about a close to driving 200 mph as most people will ever come. Some of our FOX8 Reporters and Anchors found out, it’s not as easy as it looks. To see the Team FOX8 race against a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver click here. To see our “Oh-No” moments, click here. To see the whole FOX8 600 races vs the NASCAR Sprint Cup driver, click here.

  • Team FOX8 races against a NASCAR Sprint Cup driver

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. – NASCAR Drivers make it look easy to drive at 200 miles per hour while dealing with twists and turns and other cars.  There’s a place in Mooresville where you can find out it’s not as easy as it looks. We sent a group of FOX8 Anchors and Reporters to the GoPro Motorplex to take on the challenge of racing in GoKarts, 3 inches off the ground, at speeds up to 55 miles per hour. For 10 minutes, […]

  • Team FOX8’s ‘OH-NO moments’ during GoKart race

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. – When “TEAM FOX8” visited the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville to race in GoKarts at speeds up to 55-miles-per-hour just 3 inches off the ground, we went in knowing there’d be plenty of action for an “OOPS” compilation. Here it is, the OH-NO moments from the FOX8 600. To see the Team FOX8 race against a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver click here. To see the whole FOX8 600 races vs the NASCAR Sprint Cup driver click here.

  • Team FOX8 races a NASCAR driver, see the whole race

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Did you see the FOX8 600?  Want more?  Well Here’s the whole race.  It’s 13 entertaining minutes of GoPro footage of TEAM FOX8 taking on a NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver at the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville. To see the Team FOX8 race against a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver click here. To see our Oh-No moments click here.

  • ‘Fun in Turn One’: Watching NASCAR from a condominium

    CONCORD, N.C. — Most NASCAR fans watch the Coca-Cola 600 on FOX8, the ones who attend in person choose their spot in the grandstand but some really lucky fans choose to watch the action from the comfort of the condos in turn one. And as soon as people walk in, the response is almost always a resounding “Wow!” It’s a lot different than sitting in the stands. You’re still watching and feeling all the action of a NASCAR race but […]

  • NASCAR spotter still recovering from serious Randolph County crash

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Chris Osborne has worked for NASCAR teams for the better part of 20 year and he’s certainly seen his fair share of nasty wrecks on the racetrack. But in December 2015 a crash on a country road in Randolph County changed his life and the life of his family forever. He’s driven the big rigs and worked on racecars, getting a big break working for Richard Petty’s NASCAR team in the late 90s. These days he’s a […]

  • NASCAR Pit Reporter Jamie Little encouraging women to take charge in the garage

    CONCORD, N.C. — NASCAR is a male-dominated sport both on the track and behind the scenes but it wouldn’t be the same without women like driver Danica Patrick or FOX NASCAR Pit Reporter Jamie Little. Little has to know everything about race cars. It’s her job as a pit reporter. From understanding the racing tire to comprehending the nearly 200 mph speeds these cars approach in nearly every race, Little has learned all the nuances of NASCAR. When she first got […]

  • Racing roundup at Bowman Gray: Week 3 highlights

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Week 3 is in the books for the 2016 season of racing at Bowman Gray stadium and this week the only rain was a brief shower that popped up well before race time. The Street Stock Division kicked off the night with Taylors Robbins grabbing the lead on lap 1 and leading every lap of a caution-filled 20 lapper to take her very first checkered flag of her career at the historic quarter mile. The Sportsman Division […]

  • 21-year-old from Davidson County is first female to win at Bowman Gray in 18 years; third in track history

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — At a track dominated by male egos, in a sport where women have a hard time breaking through, a 21-year-old young lady from Davidson County is doing her part to break that barrier. Taylor Robbins grew up watching her dad, Brad, race in the modified division at Bowman Gray Stadium has been racing in the Street Stock division for several years. Saturday night she claimed her first victory at the historic quarter mile. She became the first […]

  • Bowman Gray Racing week 2 roundup

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – While the Modified division ran the Hayes Jeweler’s 200 the three other Bowman Gray Racing divisions also put on great shows on a night when rain delayed the show by about 30 minutes. In the first race of the night, Zack Clifton took the checkered flag in the Sportsman Division, leading flag to flag. His closest competition, last week’s winner Michael Adams got tangled up with John Holloman IV while the two were racing hard to gain […]

  • Rain doesn’t stop racing at the Bowman Gray ‘Madhouse’ on week 2

    [Update published at 10 p.m. May 9] Win overturned in Modified Division. John Smith Declared the winner after a scoring review showed that the car originally declared the winner was not on the lead lap. [Previous story, published at 9:45 p.m. May 8] WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – It was a beautiful day to continue the rain postponed Hayes Jeweler’s 200 right up until a pop up storm rolled through Winston-Salem and soaked the track just an hour before the first scheduled green […]

  • College students participate in ‘Cardboard Boat Regatta’ at Belews Lake

    BELEWS LAKE, N.C. — The rain didn’t stop some boaters from taking to Belews Lake Friday morning, but these weren’t just any boaters or your typical boats. These were students from the mechanical engineering technical program at Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-Salem for the annual “Cardboard Boat Regatta.” The program has been taking cardboard boats to the water for more than 40 years to test the limits of cardboard, duct tape, glue and the students’ imagination.