Before I headed inland to Xinjiang I spent about a month in Eastern China. I didn’t have a lot of film so I shot sparingly and without much clear direction.
The Uighurs of Xinjiang are one of 55 minorities in China, but they are ethnically and historically closer to the Muslim Turkic groups of Central Asia. The Chinese government is trying to cement its hold on the resource rich Xinjiang by suppressing cultural and religious differences in schools and workplaces and by resettling millions of [...]
Most of the news from Sudan is about the outlying provinces, Darfur, and the south, but the new Sudan can be seen in Khartoum. I traveled to Sudan for two months, making connections and exploring the story of Chinese money and influence in the country. In the end I felt those photos weren’t strong enough [...]
I’ll think of something to say about it soon enough. For now I just want to share these photos that I shot last month with Ed at The Breakers in West Palm Beach a few weeks ago. These were all shot on my Leica M6 with an older 35/1.4 lens and some Tri-X film. Now [...]
In between talking with editors I stopped by the largest photo conference around. I could tell the content was targeted to a different audience when the first large booth advertised Nikon’s consumer cameras by having a couple of models photographing each other as they sat on Vespas with a backdrop of Rome. One highlight of [...]
The enclaves of Boca Raton, FL can play havoc on the mind. Thank you Liz.
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.
On one of my trips out of China I visited my friends Amanda and Julian.
I spent a few weeks in Kyrgyzstan waiting for a chance to get back into China. These are a few of the images. a. The view in south Bishkek. b. On the road between Bishkek and Osh there is a transition of landscapes from craggy mountains that the van putters up to flowing valleys. c. [...]