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10,000 Cups

Starbucks brought their “partners” to New Orleans, 10,000 strong, for a management conference but also to pitch in for 4 hours each of community service. Yes, that’s 40,000 hours of community service. It was a wonderful thing to see.

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Seeing Is Believing

I’ve started to establish a new standard for editing images and video and I’m calling it the “jaw dropping” moment form of editing.

If my jaw drops open when I see it, I tag it and keep it. Or … Read More

Climate Change

The Council on Foreign Relations is a think tank that’s interested in presenting the facts in a straightforward way on many of the most crucial issues of our time in what they call “Crisis Guides.” I produced their Climate Change … Read More

Clearing the Air

Clearing the Air, China’s Environmental Challenge. is a project I produced and edited using some amazing China photos. Plus this project gave me the chance to sit down and interview Orville Schell on camera for 2 hours. Wow, that was … Read More

13 Jul '08

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things as they are

A week ago, Mary Panzer, the photo curator, critic and author of the ICP Infinity Award winning book “Things As They Are” came to MediaStorm to write a story for the Wall Street Journal headlined ” Photojournalism for the … Read More

19 Nov '07

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on assignment: San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Spent the last two weeks in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico teaching a pair of workshops for National Geographic Expeditions. I was blessed with two amazing groups of students, as well as two great co-teachers: Raul Touzon and Sarah Meghan … Read More

The Soldier

UPDATE: MSNBC has purchased “the soldier” and is running it on their front page in time for the 5th anniversary of the Iraq war. See it here.

The Eddie Adams Barnstorm Workshop, now in its 20th year, is one … Read More

Quicker

Tuesday I start leading a graduate seminar at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in the photojournalism/documentary photography graduate program. I’m excited because the students I’ve met thus far have been anxious and ready to learn.

I will say they’re … Read More

Rock Star

I used to do a lot of portraits when I started working for magazines in NYC and I remembered those days when I did a fun portrait a while back of Professor E.O.Wilson. He’s the Mick Jagger of Science, often … Read More

Photographing a Rock Star..of Science!

I used to do a lot of portraits when I started working for magazines in NYC. One great recent portrait was Professor E.O.Wilson. He’s the Mick Jagger of Science, often referred to as “Charles Darwin’s Heir” and a genius. He … Read More