I photographed venture capitalist and former AOL executive Miles Gilburne for a Financial Times article. We started at his office and walked over to his home nearby. Great commute!
I went down to Miami to shoot the Romney campaign bus at a rally where it was featured prominently. The bus isn’t usually incorporated into the visuals of an event to such a degree, so I was glad to see it pull right into the event. I got there several hours early, sweated through my [...]
Around this time last year, Herman Cain was a shooting star in the Republican primary. With his blindingly white smile and catch-phrase policy (9-9-9 anyone?) he communicated his ideas in an affable way and people responded. I got called in to photograph a lunch between Cain and a trio of GQ editors at Seventh Hill [...]
I photographed New York Times conservative columnist David Brooks for GQ Turkey. Interview shots, office portraits- pretty standard. His office got some nice direct light which I bounced back on him to get the bottom image. He’s not a global commentator or anything- he said the map wallpaper was left over from the last guy [...]
Alumni magazines are marvelous publications to work for. They tend to profile their most interesting grads and Ghanaian economist George Ayittey fit that bill nicely. Actually, more than that, he is a truly inspirational man who has spent much of his life fighting tyranny across the world. We spent a perfect DC afternoon shooting portraits around the Lincoln [...]
Washingtonian asked me to photograph the 2012 recipients of their annual Green Awards earlier this year. Here are some outs from the shoots.
A while back, I got to go to Nevada City, California to check out a beautiful little cohousing community. For those of you who don’t know (and I didn’t before this assignment) cohousing is, according to wikipedia “a type of intentional community composed of private homes supplemented by shared facilities. The community is planned, owned and managed by the [...]
[A Lady Gaga greets an LL Cool J] I sent myself to Las Vegas to check out the Celebrity Impersonator Convention earlier this year. The moment I realized this was a thing that people actually did, I knew I had to go and I was not disappointed. At first, it was every bit as strange [...]