Monthly Archives: December 2010

Graduation Pride and Tips for Tuna in Como, Miss.

There were many reasons why photographing the students at the lowest-performing school in the lowest-performing educational state in the country was too intriguing an opportunity to pass up. In a country where technology has made photographs ubiquitous, here was a … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

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At Your Service

Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, one of the non-profits I have worked with, was planning a big anniversary celebration last year. They came to me with a very cool idea.  They wanted to do a photo exhibit featuring not just … Continue reading

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I went to prison and all I got were these adorable puppy pictures.

I went to the Hazelton Federal Penitentiary for the first time last November, when I photographed the paws4people graduation of service dogs trained by inmates. Before I went, I have to admit to being worried. And I had plenty to … Continue reading

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It’s true. On Monday, I’m going back to prison.

I was recently asked by a young teenager if he could interview me for a photography class assignment: Interview a famous photographer or just a photographer you know. He informed me that I fell into the second category.  Little did … Continue reading

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