I've always had a fascination with subcultures, graffiti, and the streets. The desire to document everyday life through photography dates back to my great grandfather Lyman Whitlock who documented the Tulsa Race Riot in 1921. In 2010 I hopped my first freight train, started documenting traditional box car art, and co-founded the Folklore Brotherhood. Over the years my love for documenting everyday life has gotten me robbed, banned, battered, sued, and even arrested. In 2014 I won a Federal Civil Rights lawsuit against the Sebastian County Sheriffs Department over a photograph I took of an officer on duty. This led to a change in policies and procedures ensuring the protection of photographers rights under the First Amendment in Arkansas.