Return To Charleston, S.C. I recently returned to the Charleston, S.C., area to finish work in the Sol Legare community and get images of people collecting sweetgrass for the world-famous sweetgrass baskets that the Gullah Geechee have been making for generations. Although I had also hoped to connect with an oysterman from Sol Legare, the […]
Saturday after the viewing of the World Cup Soccer matches on Dupont Circle (See post in On Assignment), I stayed in the city for the annual parade that is held during the Capitol Pride Festival. This was interesting and a lot of fun. Thousands of spectators lined the parade route that marched up P street […]
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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I was hanging out at the Rockingham County Fair waiting for the start of the Doobie Brothers’ concert (yes they are still alive, and still a good show even though there are only a few of the original members in the group), when the usual late afternoon summer thunderstorm rolled in. Thankfully it only came […]
After covering the Inauguration of President Barack Obama mainly for myself, I found out about the Official Inaugural Book that was being put together by the Presidential Inaugural Committee and a group of award-winning photojournalists. From the official website… Through a coordinated outreach to celebrants from around the globe—from high school students snapping photos with […]