Wednesday, January 30, 2008

ESPN shoot in Bowling Green, KY

Former Western Kentucky coach Jeff Strohm has given up coaching for the time being to be with his children, two of whom have a rare genetic disease called Urea Cycle Disorder. The disorder is caused by deficiency of an enzyme to effectively remove urea from the body, and builds up as the toxic substance ammonia, which can be life threatening. Two of the Strohm's three children have this disease. Although Jeff would like to coach again eventually, he says he'll just have to wait and see.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Back in Nashville

I am back in Nashville keeping busy with freelance assignments and corporate work. Today Edwards and Huckabee were in Nashville so I decided to take out the Holga and try my hand at some Tri-X film. Until then, however, here are some of my favorite shots from the day.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Last Day in New Hampshire

I am finally back in Nashville refueling myself until the South Carolina Primary in a week or so. I met a lot of great people in New Hampshire and had a blast watching, listening and photographing all of the candidates and supporters.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Monday, January 07, 2008

The Day Before the Primary...

Being in New Hampshire has been pretty crazy. The candidates are going 24/7 and there's always something going on. I can't imagine what it must be like to do what they do, although, being a photojournalist isn't far off when sleep is concerned. Today I walked around Nashua for a couple of hours taking photographs of people in the streets and the large demonstrations taking place at nearly every major street corner. Here are some of the shots from the day.

"I support Hillary because she has been working for 35 years to make change in this country and she has the experience to get things done," says Jennifer Bovair, from Arlington, Virginia. Jennifer Bovair poses for a portrait outside of the rally on the corner of Main and Concord St. in Nashua New Hampshire on Monday afternoon January 7, 2007.

John Maher, originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts, shows support for Barack Obama a day before the New Hampshire Primary in downtown Nashua on Monday, January 7, 2007. "I am supporting Barack Obama because I think he has been involved ever since his early 20’s in being an organizer and trying to really figure out how do you change this country, and I think that that is a serious commitment.” (Photo by Matthew Williams/ZUMA Press)

David Johnson poses for a portrait near Downtown Nashua, New Hampshireon Tuesday, January 8, 2007. David Johnson, a taxi driver in Nashua, says "I haven't decided yet, whether or not to vote for Obama or Edwards." (Photo by Matthew Williams/ZUMA Press)

Ryan Berube, 18, a student at Nashua Christian Academy, poses for a portrait on Tuesday, January 8, 2007. Berube voted earlier this morning for Huckabee. "He seemed to be the moststraight forward," stated Berube, "he wasn't wishy-washy in his opinions. I like his moral standings." (Photo by Matthew Williams/ZUMA Press)

Sunday, January 06, 2008