Portraits for a story about Lawrence H. Summers in the New York Times. Larry Summers has split his pandemic time between houses in Massachusetts and Arizona. He also seems to live inside the collective mind of the Washington economic establishment. When the 66-year-old veteran of the Clinton and Obama administrations talks, Washington’s policy apparatus — […]
for the New York Times Sunday Business A portrait of Kat Gregor, a tax litigator at the law firm Ropes & Gray, 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 partnerships.
Fancy Pigeon Portraits “Pigeons are rats with wings” is a common sentiment in the US but they are an art form for the pigeon fanciers of Cairo. There are a variety of fancy pigeon breeders in Cairo. I talked my way up to one of the ubiquitous wood slat roosts that are visible across the […]
Editorial Portraits · Commercial Portraits · Artistic Portraits Boston Portrait Photographer As an editorial and commercial portrait photographer, I introduce my audience to the protagonists of the stories they read. Going beyond simple headshots and corporate branding, I take authentic portraits that capture the energy and challenges of professional life. Sometimes, these images are carefully […]
When President Morsy was removed from office by a military Junta thousands joined a month long sit-in at Rabaa al-Adawiya. State media reported that the protesters were terrorists, weapon wielding, foreign, mercenaries. These portraits are an attempt to directly photograph and quote the people I met in Rabaa al-Adawiya to decrease any distortion. Taher Gamal […]