I often treat photos of my friends and personal life as something akin to a long roll of film. I shoot a few, put it down, and don’t think about it till later. I often use my X100, simply leaving the files in the camera, and letting it build up. So I just went [...]
I recently had the pleasure of spending time with two amazing families; the Indrakrishnan family in Atlanta, and the Schulte-Wayser family in Los Angeles. Our country is truly a melting pot of culture, and that’s one of the reasons I love it. Even our definition and characteristics of race have begun to blend and [...]
A while back, I was commissioned by Rolling Stone to shoot a set of portraiture of two gay teens in Georgia to accompany a bold and important investigative piece they titled, ‘The Hidden War Against Gay Teens.’ In their own words, the story explained how, “Private Christian schools are exploiting local laws to raise [...]
As the summer begins to wane in the South, I was reminded of this fun assignment that kicked off the season for me. With all the dark sinister nether regions of our world that photojournalism explores, I always welcome these feature projects where I get the opportunity to show what is good, happy and [...]
My job often gives me the opportunity to slide in behind closed doors, which has always been one of my favorite parts. I am given these strange glimpses into a private world where few are invited, and fewer are an integral component. This time it was the weekly meeting of Coalition DJs at Crossfade [...]
It was my honor to have TIME’s Lightbox publish my new project, Florida: Eden Isle, in conjunction with my own first release of the project. The body of work is still ongoing, but you can view an edit on my own site here, and see what the wonderful editors at TIME put [...]
This will be the last set of images I’ll share from my most recent foray into the fantastical world of Florida tourism. I will be posting a working edit of the larger body of work, ‘Florida: Eden Isle’, within the next week or so.
The convention scene. No state’s tourism would be complete without the [...]