Tag Archives: photojournalism

Road Trippin’ along the Central Coast

livin on the edge (of hwy 1) this kelp was like 20 feet long hey you guys….got any snax? friendliest folks around… dinner light. after this iphone snap I dropped an oyster on my shoe. housekeeping fog1 fôɡ,fäɡ/ noun 1. a thick cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the […]

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Sam Asano – Inventor, Friend, Mentor

Sam (Shintaro) Asano is the inventor of the fax machine | a friend  |  neighbor  |  a maker of killer soba noodles  | the owner of Sophie the dog  |  a hubble telescope engineer for NASA  |  inventor of electronic signatures (those things you use to sign your name on at a store)  |  this […]

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Missing this Place

In order of appearance: mountain landscape in Northern Ethiopia, children playing outside the town of Korem,  Mulu (a young woman from the remote Tigray region who suffered an obstetric fistula due to lack of maternal care. Photographed in her family’s hut shortly after here obstructed labor occurred.) Images shot for a project on women’s health […]

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4Father’s Journal

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Heather’s Story Wrapped Up

The still photo essay on fighter Heather Hardy that I have been working on for a couple months is now complete – soon you will be able to view it through CNN who will be publishing it shortly. You can also view it on my website here.  Yesterday, I wrapped up by photographing her and […]

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