This is a sample of many of the images I have taken over the past 4 years. Each image is a unique project with its own properties, challenges, and processing techniques

The Jellyfish Nebula, a supernova remnant pair in Hα/RGB/Oiii. 72 hours total exposure

The Jellyfish Nebula, a supernova remnant pair in Hα/RGB/Oiii. 72 hours total exposure

The Iris Nebula, a reflection nebula surrounded by currents of dust and gas which block out starlight. 17 hours exposure from August 2018 from Fall River, Kansas using an ASI1600MM-P and an Astrotech Doublet

The Iris Nebula, a reflection nebula surrounded by currents of dust and gas which block out starlight. 17 hours exposure from August 2018 from Fall River, Kansas using an ASI1600MM-P and an Astrotech Doublet

The Sadr Region (IC 1318) in SHO False Color. 4 hours total exposure

The Sadr Region (IC 1318) in SHO False Color. 4 hours total exposure

Triangulum Galaxy / M33, taken in LRGB with Hydrogen-Alpha highlights. 18 hours of exposure using an ASI1600MM-P and an Astrotech Doublet

Triangulum Galaxy / M33, taken in LRGB with Hydrogen-Alpha highlights. 18 hours of exposure using an ASI1600MM-P and an Astrotech Doublet

The Sun from May 19, 2019 at 1530 UTC. A receding Sunspot AR2741 can be seen as the prominance on the upper-left

The Sun from May 19, 2019 at 1530 UTC. A receding Sunspot AR2741 can be seen as the prominance on the upper-left

Sunspot AR2738 at 2000mm and 6000mm. Taken in mid-April of 2019

Sunspot AR2738 at 2000mm and 6000mm. Taken in mid-April of 2019

The Plaeides (also called Subaru), taken in October of 2017. 12 hours total exposure using a Canon T3i with an Astrotech Doublet

The Plaeides (also called Subaru), taken in October of 2017. 12 hours total exposure using a Canon T3i with an Astrotech Doublet

The International Space Station transiting across the Moon from January 2018. This shows the movement of the ISS over a period of 2 seconds, taken with a Canon T3i and a Celestron C8

The International Space Station transiting across the Moon from January 2018. This shows the movement of the ISS over a period of 2 seconds, taken with a Canon T3i and a Celestron C8

Earth’s Shadow, a Lunar Eclipse composite, from January 21, 2019

Earth’s Shadow, a Lunar Eclipse composite, from January 21, 2019

Half-Moon Mosaic, a 55-panel project from April 2018. Approximately 200,000 frames in total using an ASI224MC with a Celestron C8

Half-Moon Mosaic, a 55-panel project from April 2018. Approximately 200,000 frames in total using an ASI224MC with a Celestron C8

The North American & Pelican Nebulae, 2 panel-mosaic from July 2018. A total of 24 hours of exposure using an IR-modified Canon T3i with an Astrotech Doublet

The North American & Pelican Nebulae, 2 panel-mosaic from July 2018. A total of 24 hours of exposure using an IR-modified Canon T3i with an Astrotech Doublet

The Sun in Hydrogen-Alpha, taken in May 2018 using a borrowed Lunt 60mm Double-Stack Solar Telescope and an IR-modified T3i. This image used a double exposure to reveal both the chromosphere details and edge prominences

Jupiter, with moons Europa, Io, and Ganymede, captured in January 2017 using a Celestron C8 and an ASI120MC

Jupiter, with moons Europa, Io, and Ganymede, captured in January 2017 using a Celestron C8 and an ASI120MC

My first astrophoto, included for context against more recent images. Series of images taken using a Samsung Galaxy S4 through the eyepiece of an Orion 90mm refractor

My first astrophoto, included for context against more recent images. Series of images taken using a Samsung Galaxy S4 through the eyepiece of an Orion 90mm refractor