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May 28, 2013 | Discuss
A photo I made on assignment for European Pressphoto at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day made the front of the New York Times today. Interestingly, I photographed this same woman and child at Arlington last year and that photo made the front of the Wall St. Journal.
Jun 10, 2013 | Discuss
I was sent by European Pressphoto to cover the arrival of Army PFC Bradley Manning for day four of his court martial being held at Ft. Mead in Maryland. Typical quick perp walk. Time from when he poked his head out of the SUV until he entered the building, about 6 seconds. Does not leave [...]
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