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On Assignment: San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Workshops 2007

I spent two weeks in November 2007 in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico teaching a pair of workshops for National Geographic Expeditions. I was blessed with two amazing groups of students, … 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

26 Aug '07

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National Geographic Portfolio

Here’s a selection of the photography I published in National Georgraphic Magazine, on assignment for more than 20 years.

How fast time flies…

Thanks to Pamela Chen who wrote the music.

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Friends

One fun thing about my trip to Italy was the contrast. In Sant Anna in Camprena where I was staying, there was no internet access and cell phones only worked in a far off corner of the property. So … Read More

05 Aug '07

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Photography in Modern Times: same as it ever was.

Last month in Rome, I visited Paolo Pellegrin’s Broken Landscapes, an excellent exhibition at Museo di Roma in Trastevere.

It’s a retrospective of sorts, work from 1995-today by a still young photographer who seems to have won every major journalism … Read More

The future of food

Bob Taylor has been passionate about the hard work of shearing sheep in Athens County, Ohio for 51 years. These days he makes most of his living delivering huge bundles of the Columbus Dispatch to distributors around the region.

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Six Billion

6 Million Others is an amazing new multimedia presentation from French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

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09 Apr '07

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Domestic Landscapes

For the past decade, the Dutch photographer Bert Teunissen has travelled Europe photographing people in their houses using natural window light that seems borrowed from a Vermeer painting. He says he’s hoping to archive a way of life that “fated … Read More

Oz at night

Thinking about Bernice Abbott  makes me nostalgic for NYC…

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SU’s reichstag?

Was not this frat row? It’s funny what memory–or time–can do to perception.

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