Section 60 at Arlington has been called “the saddest acre in America.” It is the final resting place for young men and women who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. For families and friends of the fallen, it has become a place to grieve, honor and remember. They find comfort and community with thousands of […]
As the end of 2013 approaches, it is time for the obligatory “Year in Pictures” posts on news sites and photographer’s blogs. And of course we all want to participate. In addition to the obvious self-promotion that comes with posting what you think is your year’s best work, I think it is also a good […]
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In honor of Veterans Day I am updating and reposting this collection of images that I have taken over the past several years.
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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.