I am not sure what I can really say here except that I like it. I REALLY REALLY LIKE IT. I recently bought the new Fuji X-T1 from Roberts Camera (ask for Ed!) just in time to take it on a week-long shoot to work on my project about the Gullah Geechee Culture of the […]
I stumbled across this video that photographer Zack Arias did for Scott Kelby’s web site in 2009. I usually go back and watch it at least once a year. Burnout is something that all photographers and other creative people go through from time to time. I think Zack’s take on it is dead on an […]
In honor of Veterans Day I am updating and reposting this collection of images that I have taken over the past several years.
Categories: Memorial Day, People, Washington D.C. • Tags: Discussion, funeral, iraq, Memorial Day, People, photojournalism, photojournalist, political photography, protest, Veteran, war, washington d.c.
Since my father was in the Marine Corps for 32 years, I have a certain affinity for the military. So I recently decided to take off for Annapolis, Maryland to shoot a project on personal time – Induction Day at the United States Naval Academy. I figured if nothing else, my agency, would be able […]
The Goldman Sachs Hearings on Capitol Hill 8:30 a.m. Arrived early for a 10:00 hearing. There are already 15 or 20 photographers and a slew of writers and TV already in the room. Thankfully it is a bigger room than the one that held the Toyota hearings a few months back. First thing is to […]
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