This past weekend, members and invited guests of the National Governors Association convened in Washington, DC for their annual winter meetings. For the third year running, I had the privilege of covering the meetings of the Delta Regional Authority (DRA). Established in 2000 by Congress, DRA makes strategic investments of federal appropriations into the physical and human […]

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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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At this point, the commentary about snow and New York is jaded. I agree with the masses, we’ve had enough. But that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t drop everything to snag a few frames of the city freshly coated in fluffy white powder. And that’s just what I did as winter storm “Thor” came rolling into […]

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It’s freezing, so what? Cold crisp air, frozen East River, limited foot traffic … sounds like a perfect recipe for a little urban safari. Every New York photographer has those epic shots of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline in the warmth and comfort of summer, but the dead-of-winter folio isn’t as widely known. Sunny […]

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It’s still freezing out there, and the light is quite dim at the end of the tunnel, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look back at the warm days of summer. And even though it seems like spring’s so far off, engagement season is actually just around the corner. With those things in mind, I […]

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