Recognition

Kibera photos awarded in American Photography

Several months ago, I spent some time with a film crew in Kenya, shooting stills for an upcoming documentary film, Shifting Ground. During my time in Kibera, the largest slum in Africa, I found myself frequently amazed by the… Continue reading

B&W, or color?

The Communication Arts Photography Annual 54 has come out, and is full of fantastic imagery as usual. I was happy to have one of my images selected and featured in the editorial category. When submitting, I decided to send in… Continue reading

Cover Shot

I made the cover for News Photographer Magazine this month, but this time around the tables have been turned and it’s a photo of me, rather than by me.  I received a phone call from the editor of News… Continue reading

Pictures of the Year International

Last November I had the incredible opportunity to photograph former Raiders Head Coach, Hue Jackson, getting a mani/pedi (really!).

Just being given this rare chance was wonderful in itself, but recently this opportunity led to something else. I’m happy to… Continue reading

Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends

It is a huge honor, and humbling, to be included in Tim Mantoani’s book, Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends. Tim photographed over 150 photographers holding a print of one of their most iconic images including Neil Leifer’s image of… Continue reading

Alexia Foundation Finalist

I am honored to be named as a finalist for the 2011 Alexia  Foundation Award for World Peace. The work of the winning recipient, Bharat Choudhary, is amazing.

Family Kocktail wins First Place in NPPA’s BOP


The video of Kryssy Kocktail, the fire eating performer at Coney
Island Circus Sideshow, has just been awarded first place in NPPA’s
Best of Photojournalism competition. I used my Canon 5DMKII
HDDSLR to shoot the stills and video as did Doug… Continue reading

Pictures of the Year International

Pictures of the Yearawarded one of the photographs from Deanne’s personal project on gay marriage. Another image from this project was honored by Time Magazine as a “Picture that Mattered in 2008.”