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14 years of service to The Weather Channel

May 5, 2013 marks my 14th year of having The Weather Channel as a client. My first footage aired this date in 1999 when I captured dramatic footage in Midtown Atlanta when a severe storm passed through with lightning, high winds, hail and even capturing the moment when power went out in the area.

From then until now, I don't believe there has been more than a month pass that I haven't had the unique opportunity to film something weather related for one of the most well-known networks on television and the internet.

It's not often a client stays with you for this long, but I'm grateful for the incredible opportunites I've had in the last 14 years covering hurricanes, tornadoes, snow storms, ice storms and hundreds of other assignments. They have included visiting an oil drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico, riding in the Goodyear blimp, meeting real-life heros from the US Coast Guard and US Reserve forces and everyday heros who answer the call when severe weather strikes.

It's been a memorable 14 years...and counting. Thank you.


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