When the military deployed in Boston’s streets photographing them with an infrared camera revealed something unexpected.
Enviromental and studio portraits are a significant part of many assignments. I rely on experience and technical flexibility to create a storytelling portrait in challenging situations.
This personal project, published by National Geographic, is an attempt to see where the spiritual world meets the tactile world in Egypt.
Fifth generation Mainer lobsterman Kelly Wallace is scared. Not only is the sustainability of Maine’s lobster fishery endangered, so too is that of those iconic fishing villages dotting coastal and island harbors.
During the Syrian revolution few journalists recieved visas to report on the government side of the conflict. Twice, while working with a Finnish newspaper, I was able to work cross the front lines and photograph the government and rebel sides.
In 2008 the Chinese government was starting to cement its hold on the resource rich Xinjiang by suppressing cultural and religious differences in schools and workplaces and by resettling millions of eastern Chinese into the western region.
“Pigeons are rats with wings” is a common sentiment in the US but they are an art form for the pigeon fanciers of Cairo.