Campaign for Americas Future Honors Elizabeth Warren

Saturday, October 01, 2016

elizabeth warren speaks at 2015 CAFA gala at national museum of women in the arts

I'll admit that photographing speakers at a podium is not always the most exciting job. Often you get the guy with the deadly PowerPoint: "Here on page 77 of the new tax regulations, we see a slight improveme...ZZZZZZZZZZ."

This was not the case when I covered the Campaign for America's


Bill Signing at the White House

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Photo-shoots don't usually make me nervous, but standing three feet away from President Obama, I must admit, gave me a few jitters. I was at the White House to photograph the signing of the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention Act, a bill designed to stem the tide of 22 veteran suicides per day in


Bill Signing on Capitol Hill | Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention Act

Friday, January 15, 2016

capitol hill event photography of clay hunt suicide prevention act

A lot of Capitol Hill photography boils down to pictures of grumpy old white dudes talking and signing things, but sometimes they are actually signing something important.  In this case, I was covering the signing of the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention act for my old client the Iraq and


Gruber Foundation Event at the Baltimore Convention Center

Monday, September 14, 2015

baltimore convention center awards for gruber foundation

Before I became a photographer, I got a degree in Biology and was planning to be a research scientist. Life took another turn, but I am still in love with science and so this job was a particular treat. It was like a former guitar student getting to photograph Eric Clapton and Paco de


Tuscaloosa Tornado for the Red Cross

Saturday, February 02, 2013

tuscaloosa tornado for the red cross

I shot this photo while on assignment for the Red Cross in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  I was covering the aftermath of a massive hurricane that swept through the middle of town.  The devastation was biblical, with a mile wide swath of town mowed down by winds so fierce they stripped the bark off