I photographed North Carolina beauty Reneesha McCoy for Marie Claire’s Beauty Roadshow feature. Love those freckles!
Kyle Gustafson, the web director for Washingtonian Magazine, called me up a few months ago with an interesting proposition. He wanted me to shoot behind the scenes at Joint Base Andrews and show the receiving process for the wounded warriors coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan. The end result would be an online slideshow featuring [...]
I shot a two-part assignment for Marie Claire this summer that had me running up to Delaware as well as more familiar territory on Capitol Hill. The Workday Diaries feature is a regular section in the magazine which chronicles the 9-5 workdays of young women around the country. Day-in-the-life assignments are a bit of [...]
I shot my second cover story for Genome Technology in October. They sent me to the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD to photograph Dr. Bryan Traynor. He, along with his crack team of researchers, discovered genetic markers for ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. I love science and research and labs, so it was [...]
DeMaurice Smith is the Executive Director of the NFL Players Association and is easily the funniest, sharpest person I’ve met in a very long time. I always have fun on my shoots (almost always) but this shoot was fun. He had the energy and enthusiasm of a truck full of toddlers. He also had a [...]
Craig Fugate is the man redeeming the disgraced federal agency that is FEMA. We’ve come a long way from the notorious “heckuva job” his predecessor did with Hurricane Katrina. America keeps getting slammed with natural disasters and FEMA, rid of its cronies, steps up to the plate with determination each time. After my father retired [...]
One of my favorite shoots this year started off rocky. It went from my editor telling me “you’ll have very little time to make a few portraits” to “wow, I just spent four hours with my subject and we had fun.” Paul Equale is a true Washington Insider. He makes a living as a consultant [...]