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.
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, 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
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
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
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 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
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