Photographing the aftermath: Oklahoma tornadoes

Amidst the debris in the Westmoore neighborhood in Oklahoma City.

This week, I wrapped up a four-day trip to Oklahoma to document the devastation from the May 20 tornado. 

I've been fascinated by storms since childhood, and vividly remember my mom piling me and my three siblings in a small bathroom during one tornado after another.

In Oklahoma, not unlike Joplin from a few years back, no bathroom, nor bathtub, nor closet would provide certain safe shelter for those in the path of the storm. 

Here are some photographs from my trip, which I snapped in partnership with the Arkansas Times in Little Rock. A short documentary is in the works, too.

Mangled cars littered the landscape in the path of the F5 tornado in Oklahoma City.