for the New York Times Sunday Business A Portrait of Kat Gregor, a tax litigator at the law firm Ropes & Gray on June 12, 2021, in Nantucket, Massachusetts. She said the I.R.S. challenged fee waivers used by four of her clients. The auditors struck her as untrained in the thicket of tax laws governing […]
Photojournalism & Editorial Photography
This is a small portion of my editorial photography portfolio. It consists of daily assignments for newspapers and magazines, long-term photo projects, and visual musings. Hopefully over time I will be able to post more from my photography archive.
Downtown Boston, the heart of New England’s largest city typically pulses with office workers, tourists and shoppers. Since the coronavirus pandemic struck–canceling vacations and clearing out office towers–once-bustling weekdays feel more like sleepy Sundays. “Most buildings are not able to crack 7%” occupancy, said Rosemarie Sansone, chief executive of the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District, or […]
The numbers began ticking up in September. After a quiet summer, doctors at Rhode Island Hospital began seeing one or two patients with Covid-19 on each shift — and soon three. Then four. Cases climbed steadily until early December, when Rhode Island earned the dubious distinction of having more cases and deaths per 100,000 people than any […]
The Coast Guard offered me an embed in an icebreaker in Maine and I always enjoy new experiences so I took them up on it. For a day I rode in the Bridle a 65′ harbor tug that works as an ice breaker in the winter. We navigated up the Penobscot River breaking ice from […]
Las Vegas Chapels Are Open, and Ready Las Vegas has always been a convenient place to get married. Their Marriage License Bureau was open 24/7 until a few years ago and it was common for people to drive from surrounding states after dinner and be married by sun-rise. “In a way, Vegas is set up […]
Tech Startups Say New H-1B Visas Rules Are Unaffordable Published in the Wall Street Journal New rules from the Trump administration restricting skilled foreign workers are unnerving U.S. startup hubs, as founders and investors say the limitations will hamstring their ability to recruit top-tier talent to grow their businesses.