Tag Archives: photojournalism

Missing this Place

In order of appearance: mountain landscape in Northern Ethiopia, children playing outside the town of Korem,  Mulu (a young woman from the remote Tigray region who suffered an obstetric fistula due to lack of maternal care. Photographed in her family’s hut shortly after here obstructed labor occurred.) Images shot for a project on women’s health...

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4Father’s Journal

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Heather’s Story Wrapped Up

The still photo essay on fighter Heather Hardy that I have been working on for a couple months is now complete – soon you will be able to view it through CNN who will be publishing it shortly. You can also view it on my website here.  Yesterday, I wrapped up by photographing her and...

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Standing 50/50 – Animal Ambassadors

This is some of the imagery from a project I did with the Topeka Zoo in Kansas last month over the holidays.  I wanted to have a solid understanding of what a zoo “is.” What a zoo has to offer this semi-rural community of 120,000 residents.  And of course to satisfy my childish urge to...

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THE HEAT

I spent the past week hanging out with Heather “the Heat” Hardy.  Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, she’s made her professional debut as a female boxer this year.  I am directing and producing a short documentary piece on her and her life story that should be out in late January with a friend of...

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