My name is Codi Brooke Clark. Originally from outside of Honey Grove, Texas, I grew up in a rural, agricultural community. The fifth generation to live on our family land, I spent my childhood surrounded by livestock, farmers, ranchers, and the outdoors.
I participated in 4-H photography throughout my youth and developed a passion for visual storytelling. Over ten years later, I’m still pursuing photography at Texas Tech University. I’m a junior agricultural communications major with a minor in natural resource management. With these, I plan on pursuing a career in photojournalism specializing in the conservation of wildlife, sustainable agricultural practices, natural resources, and our public lands.
I am actively involved in the outdoors and spend much of my free-time hiking, camping, running, rock climbing, kayaking, and anything else that can get me out into the sunshine and fresh air! I've been lucky to discover a community of like-minded people that love to explore and care for the world around us.
We must care about the environment because it's our home. I believe that together, we can keep our home clean, happy, full of love, and connected across any borders that we may face.