Wednesday, February 03, 2016
A few years ago, I was photographing a wedding at a little farm near Siena, Italy for my good friend Robbie and his lovely new bride Magda. The day after the wedding, I set up a simple DIY portrait studio for the guests: one light and an ancient wall for a backdrop, easy peasy. Robbie is in
Thursday, August 01, 2013
Earlier this year I had the opportunity to travel to Cambodia on a six-week long Fulbright Fellowship. My project was to teach an introductory photojournalism course at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, and in my free time I planned to travel and shoot as much as possible.
I had never
Saturday, February 02, 2013
I shot this photo while on assignment for the Red Cross in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I was covering the aftermath of a massive hurricane that swept through the middle of town. The devastation was biblical, with a mile wide swath of town mowed down by winds so fierce they stripped the bark off
Friday, October 01, 2010
Earlier this year I dragged my out-of-shape white tuckus through the rainforest for five days, at times with the humiliating assistance of a mule. I was on assignment for American Way Magazine (the inflight mag for American Airlines) to photograph Ciudad Perdida, the "lost city" of the
Thursday, January 21, 2010
After a couple of recents shoots in Colombia for Bloomberg News, I now know a lot more about what is involved in fueling my car and waking up my body.
My first shoot took me to Ecopetrol’s refinery in Barrancabermeja, a fascinating place to visit (and a great place for a fashion shoot!)