I photographed Ginger Miller for Essence Magazine at her home in Maryland as she and a group of volunteers prepared packages filled with toiletries and other lovely things for homeless female veterans. A former homeless veteran herself, Miller started an organization called John 14:2 with its stated purpose “to restore hope, provide housing options, and support [...]
DOP extraordinaire Leslie dela Vega of Fast Company called me up last Fall to see if I could do a bit of an unusual shoot in New York City. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz was scheduled to be at a press conference in Harlem and Leslie wanted me to cover him and the presser the way [...]
I photographed Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. for the Wall Street Journal in February. As I write this blog post, he is arguing the Obama Administration’s case for health care reform before the Supreme Court. It’s kind of a big deal historically speaking. We met on the steps of the Supreme Court for the shoot. [...]
The fine folks over at Washingtonian Magazine have been sending some real plum assignments my way lately. I photographed Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson III for a great profile piece by Brett Haber (read it here), doing my thing as both a photojournalist and a portrait photographer. I spent several hours at practice shooting the [...]
I covered a lot of Romney in South Carolina. He put on a good show and had a pretty good turnout at most of the events, but that didn’t help him on Primary Night. This will likely be my last campaign post before the conventions this summer. I can’t wait for the general! For some [...]
I drove down to the charming and delightful state of South Carolina to cover the Republican primary which has historically picked the nominee in every election since it started in 1980. As we know by now, that did not happen this year. Nothing has been very predictable this year. This year is insane. Gingrich was [...]
I went to Iowa and this is what I found.