Category Archives: Photojournalism

Packed into Battery Park, surrounded by tens of thousands of New Yorkers, I listened as Congressmen and women, community organizers, immigrants, and refugees told their stories and voiced their anger with our sitting President. In 40 degree weather, men and women of all ages, races, ethnicities, and sexual orientation stood shoulder-to-shoulder chanting words of freedom, […]

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Just after the new year, my expert travel planning wife and I embarked on a delayed honeymoon that brought us from New York to Hong Kong – Bangkok, Thailand – Chiang Mai, Thailand – Siem Reap, Cambodia – Ko Samui, Thailand – Hong Kong and finally home. If you’re looking for statistics: 2 people, 5 bags, 10 […]

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Without a doubt, Veuve Clicquot’s Polo Classic remains one of my favorite shoots of the year. For three year’s running, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside the fine folks at Veuve Clicquot and LaForce, documenting the ins and outs of the event. From the decor to the sport, the VIPs to the gourmet food […]

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When demonstrators rallied following the deaths of Eric Garner and Mike Brown, they had the ability to march somewhat freely through the streets of New York. This time around was much different. Thousands rallied in Union Square in support of Freddie Gray, a young black man who died in the custody of Baltimore police following […]

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Less than a week since the city shut down for what was forecasted to be a historic storm (which never came to fruition), Manhattan was again dusted by a mid-day squall of fresh powder. While it didn’t amount to much, it was beautiful to watch as it blanketed the otherwise grey streets of New York.

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