I’ve just started photographing this story, but it’s universal subject matter is the perfect excuse to explore back alleys and knock on random doors. I gave credence to the axiom that “pigeons are no more than rats with wings” until I researched the rooftop pigeon fanciers of Cairo. I talked my way up to one [...]
I don’t know what the article is yet, but I thought this photo would by ideal for illustrating a story on family planning and birth rates in Egypt or the Middle East.
In my continuing series of photos for Backpacker’s Concierge I took two trips down to Aswan. The first shoot was called off because a sandstorm turned everything white and ruined the idealic blue sky. The second trip went off without a hitch and I photographed in all of the major sites such as Karnak Temple [...]
A collection of images from around Egypt that stood out as representing interesting pieces of life.
This is just the start, a preview of, a project about the Egyptian Film Industry. Last night I photographed the premier of “Birds of The Nile” ( عصافير النيل ). While it was a good time to photograph it was also an awesome night with friends. I’m using movies as a back door into the culture and [...]
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 [...]
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.