As an editorial photographer, I love assignments where I can wear boots. Franks poultry farm was one of those assignments. I was assigned by Northeast Flavor Magazine to spend a morning with Frank and his beautiful, heirloom chickens. His farm was a charming little place in Candia, NH and I had a great time photographing […]
Category Archives: Photojournalism
Whew, the week is finally over. The past several days have been some of the busiest of the year so far for me. I’ve been shooting The International at Concord and the events surrounding the tournament since Tuesday. I walked a couple dozen miles over the course of the tournament. Luckily, the weather cooperated throughout […]
I woke up shortly before 5 a.m. yesterday and ventured over to Hillsborough for the annual balloon festival. I was expecting tons of balloons, but there ended up only being about 5. It was fun though, but I ended up falling asleep in the afternoon and missing the third place game of the World Cup.
I recently did an assignment on refugees living in the United States for the Bureau of International Information Programs. The bureau produces publications that are distributed worldwide in several different languages. Topics mostly involve contemporary issues in the United States. I photographed an English for Speakers of Other Languages class during a field trip to […]
Back in late April I photographed Einstein, the world’s smallest horse, when he was just a day old. He was just 14 inches tall and weighed 6 pounds when he was born. It was a pretty fun assignment and it turned out that the horse’s owners were from Bellingham, Wa, where I used to live. […]
My good buddy Devin Miller played a show at PK’s in Carbondale while I was home. It was blues show with a pretty diverse crowd and an amazing vibe. It was a great gig. Devin and I have spent countless nights singing and jamming in his basement. (He’s one of only a handful of people […]
The folks over a PetaPixel have compiled a list of 14 TED Talks given by photographers. It’s a diverse collection featuring National Geographic greats Frans Lanting and David Griffin as well as James Nachtwey. All in all, the talks leave you feeling pretty inspired. Click HERE to watch the talks.
The Tea Party movement gained momentum in yesterday’s primaries. Rand Paul, son of Texas congressman and former Presidential candidate Ron Paul, won the Republican Senate nomination in Kentucky. He convincingly defeated Trey Grayson, the established Republican candidate in the race. I photographed three Tea Party rallies back in April. Here are some picture from a […]