I was recently in Wilmington, Delaware to document a weekend’s worth of work by Witness to Innocence and the Delaware Repeal Project, to move the state closer to death penalty abolition. Witness to Innocence is an organization of death row exonerees who were freed from death rows around the United States because of their actual […]
I mentioned in a few blog posts ago that I’ve had the privilege of photographing some sentimental moments with a few growing families recently. The is one of those moments. I photographed Becca and Cori’s Western Massachusetts wedding in 2009, and have since become friends with them since they live near me, and since we
I’ll never turn down any opportunity to go to New Orleans, so was grateful to be asked to photograph a fundraiser concert for the The New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation (NOMAF). NOMAF evolved from the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to expand its mission and promise to keep New Orleans music
I shot this assignment for the Columbia Paper (which sadly just had to let me go because of financial strains at the paper) where prisoners are paired with dogs for obedience training. Prisoners help prepare Humane Society dogs for adoption, and the animals even live in the cell with the selected prisoner (last photo below).
On Thanksgiving Day morning, I covered the local Turkey Trot for the Columbia Paper. The kids did a one-mile walk/run first, followed by a three-mile race for adults and kids. I photographed the one-mile first, and then put the camera in the car and ran the 3 mile myself. My first race in more than
It has been a month now, but at the end of June I was in Savannah, Georgia for 4 days with Amnesty International and NAACP to photograph the activities around the Troy Davis evidentiary hearing. Davis has been on death row in Georgia since 1991 for the 1989 murder of off-duty Savannah, Georgia, police officer