• Voter in Azerbaijan

    An elderly lady votes in the parliamentary elections of Azerbaijan.

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  • January 19, 2015

    Stock photography

    When I first started photographing professionally, I shot with my eye on the stock photography market. To see more of my stock photography portfolio, I am represented at the following sites: iStock Shutterstock Dreamstime TimelineImages 123RF BigStock CanStockPhoto CutCaster Fotolia MostPhotos FeaturePics YayMicro Fantero

  • Seaport Boulevard

    Seaport Boulevard is a reclaimed strip of land through salt flats created by the accumulation of salt in the natural changing of tides of the San Francisco bay.

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  • October 12, 2014

    San Francisco Zoo

    Zoos are an interesting place to photograph because the structures both help and hinder capturing the animals […]

  • South Kordofan

    South Kordofan is a vast expanse of mostly lawless terrain, and the site of election observation in 2011

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  • Bodie

    The ghost town of Bodie sits north of Mono Lake in the Yosemite National Park region. There, sealed inside old buildings, a former time can be spied and photographed through dusty windows.

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  • January 22, 2015

    Russia

    I first went to Russia in January of 2003 when I ventured off to the world’s largest country to study the language in Moscow. After five months, I returned to the US to save up some money so that I could return and ended up staying another year living, working and studying. In 2006, I took a one-month vacation there with my parents. These are a few of hundreds of photos I have from my several trips to Russia.

  • Afghan Market

    On the outskirts of Murghab, there is a market where every Saturday merchants from Afghanistan can walk across and sell their wares on Tajik soil.

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  • The Beauty of Gorno-Badakhshan

    The region of Gorno-Badakshan of Tajikistan is an isolated 40% of the country holding only 5% of the population.

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  • South Sudan

    The people of South Sudan were ensnared in a 25-year civil war until 2005. These photos are from my time in the area monitoring the referendum that would decide if they would split into a separate country.

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  • December 1, 2014

    Tunisian elections

    I recently had the pleasure and privilege of working in observation of the first presidential elections in Tunisia since the 2011 revolution that overthrew Ben Ali, tyrant and incompetent manager of the economy. Sparked by the self-immolation of a 27-year-old fruitseller Mohammed Bouazizi in Sidi Bouzid in response to frustration over being able to earn a living, the change in government is seen to have started self-determination movements across the Middle East, the so-called Arab Spring. Nearly four years later, the Republic of Tunisia has a new parliament and constitution but those running or campaigning to rule the country are not […]

  • March 28, 2015

    Dia de los Muertos

    Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is […]

  • Photography is the simplest thing in the world, but it is incredibly complicated to make it really work.

    Martin Parr

  • March 26, 2015

    Power Stance

    I am not a tour type of person but I love nerding out on information so much so that my wife and I see being a tourist as another way of saying research project. We love digging into the history, science, culture and other elements of what makes one place different than another. So, when on vacation in Hawai’i earlier this year, we succumbed to the lure of an all-day tour which involves a bus and a guide that jabbers on endlessly. Leaving the Hawai’i Forest and Trail tour company offices just north of Kailuna-Kona, we head out across the […]

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