Spring cleaning. It’s more of a quarterly practice for me. And not just cleaning out behind the refrigerator, and organizing the closet, but a reorganization and catch-up on my entire life. From the stacks of paperwork to the distant relationships in need of rekindling to the general practice of taking stock and resetting my sights. In that vein, I’ve become so behind on sharing work, I decided a bit of a digest was in order. So here in no particular order are some works shot for The Wall Street Journal, Education Week, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Nature, Leadership for Education Equity, and the Chronicle of Higher Education.
The assignments have ranged from issues dealing with medical malpractice, living wage and poverty to a drive with the Michael Keaton Batmobile. I’ve photographed famous comedians, fashion designers, teachers, artists, and even video game and toy designers. It’s this wealth of experience and the people I meet through my work that make me love my job. At the end of my life, I want to be rich in experience. So, a warm and grateful thanks to all of you out there in these photos and beyond who have so graciously made a deposit into my memory savings account. And though this post is a bit of a purge with little text, I treasure the time I spent with you all more than words can tell.