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Posted by | March 14, 2015
Serbia

Reaching back to 2006, here are some photos at a political rally in the northern city of Novi Sad in Vojvodina, Serbia. I went there to observe the National Assembly...

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Posted by | February 21, 2015
Postcards From Youth: Peru

Now available on Blurb, a 62-page photographic exploration into growing up in the Peruvian jungle. I shot this in 2012 during a two-week trip into the jungle where I shot...

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Posted by | 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...

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Posted by | October 30, 2014
Misseriya

The Messiria or Misseriya Arabs are a branch of the Baggara tribe, which are the second largest people in Western Sudan. Their homeland is said to be the city of Babanusa...

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Posted by | September 1, 2014
Fashion photography

These are oldies but goodies from the vaults. A few years ago I pulled together a few friends in Fresno because I wanted to try to create images in the...

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Posted by | August 9, 2014
Maker Faire 2014

A Maker Faire is a dizzying event to attend, far too many things to see, too many items to play with, and too many experiences to try to capture in...

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Posted by | June 1, 2014
Downtown Rochester

Downtown Rochester New York is a lovely collection of original and re-purposed East Coast architecture, fun to look at, study and photograph. Once the booming town of Kodak, Xerox, Gannett newspapers,...

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Posted by | May 4, 2014
Santa Cruz + Pigeon Point

A beautiful day requires an adventure and again I was pulled to the Pacific Ocean.

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Posted by | January 14, 2014
A weekend in Los Angeles

A few years ago, when I was more into running organized events, some friends and I took a trip down to Los Angeles to compete in a simple 5k sponsored...

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Posted by | October 30, 2013
Murghab through Wakhan Corridor

It's difficult to describe this day though it was full of impressions. That day we left Murghab for Ishkoshim, leaving the mountains of a brown moon for a city on...

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