Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Job Inverviews for The Chronicle of Higher Education

I had a great shoot with a new client several weeks ago. The editor at the Chronicle of Higher Education had a great last minute assignment dealing with preparing for job interviews and the Modern Language Association Convention in Seattle. It was a fun shoot following around Javier Jiménez, a Berkeley Ph.D. candidate in comparative literature, as he prepared for several job interviews over the weekend. Here are some images from the shoot.
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Friday, January 06, 2012

Neah Bay for The New York Times

Neah Bay is an incredible place. It's not everyday you get an assignment to drive to a beautiful place and are tasked with creating beautiful imagery. It has been a long stretch of business portraits so I was happy to get back to some candid assignment work. Having never been to the northwest tip of the OIympic Peninsula I was not sure what to expect. I knew it would be windy and I knew it would be cold, but beyond that I had no expectations. The first day, reporter Bill Yardley and I trudged through ankle deep mud to get a look at Shi Shi Beach and watched the waves crash against incredibly jagged rocky pinnacles. It was also nice to visit the Take Home Fish Company and try out some of their amazing smoked salmon. Here are some photographs from the shoot. View Article Here>>>

Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Pine Ridge Work in Indian Country Today

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I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season filled with good friends and family. Although I haven't been able to get back to Pine Ridge this year my project has kept popping up in various publications this past year including TIME, Indian Country Today, and HUCK Magazine. I plan on continuing this project in a more specific way in the coming year, but it's always nice when the phone rings and an editor tells you that your work has been licensed by another publication. This time it was the wonderful people at REDUX who licensed some of my Pine Ridge imagery to Indian Country Today that ran over 8 pages. Keep an eye out for new work from Pine Ridge in the coming year.