Logan has been chasing for nearly two years and loves getting up close and personal to storms, unless the structure is worth hanging back for a wide angle look. Out of all the setups he has chased, he says the best would have to be May 30, 2013, when he intercepted two to three tornadoes near Mazie, OK at dusk. “Being within a quarter mile of multiple tornadoes is breathtaking, and it was serene and peaceful as it touched down in an open field.”
Logan resides in somewhat rural Arkansas in the far Northwest corner in the town of Bella Vista. He plans to pursue meteorology in college at Iowa State University and has a passion for attempting to better understand the relationship in mesoscale and even microscale meteorology features and their association to tornadogenesis (the formation of tornadoes).