Life in midan Tahrir is settling into a daily routine.
The markets in Benghazi have been open for a few days, according to a few of the merchants the importation of goods has significantly slowed but domestic trade is still occurring. Fruits and vegetables are still being brought from their normal sources near the sahara but SIM cards are becoming a precious commodity.
Cairo’s Satellite Cities are an experiment in population redistribution and Cairene’s move out to the new suburbs. Sara Topol is writing the story of how as Egypt’s population burgeons and Cairo declines, wealthy Egyptians have taken to the suburbs, where American-esque comforts abound. The new satellite cities offer their own complete inclusive worlds– housing developments [...]
I have been working more and more with video for others. This is the first video that I have shot and edited myself. I started going to the pigeon market almost every weekend for a month meeting friends and learning about the lifestyle that surrounds the pigeons. Every Friday the pigeon fanciers of Cairo gather [...]
The enclaves of Boca Raton, FL can play havoc on the mind. Thank you Liz.
I forgot which hub I was at with a few hours to burn waiting for my next flight. In those hours I probably only took 3 photographs. This was one of them.
These were just a few images that I shot for fun when some college buddies came down for spring break. This could be recreated in photoshop but it is more interesting in the natural scans.
I’ve been playing around with different formats and cameras trying to find a specific look. For a few weeks I got my hands on an old Hasselblad CM/500. Every day as the sun went down I’d walk the beach and take a few pictures.
On one of my trips out of China I visited my friends Amanda and Julian.