Posts Tagged “africa”

The Best Time to Blog is NOW!

By | October 28, 2013

My last blog posting was way back in February¬† – a big thanks to the freelance gods who have kept me so busy over the last eight months that I have totally neglected my blog, website and marketing outreach. I begin this posting with a cute kid photo to get your attention. Earlier this week, […]

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Africa 2012 with President Clinton

By | July 24, 2012

I have just returned from an amazing week in Africa with President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton. I was hired by the Clinton Foundation to document the President and a delegation as they visited Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative projects in South Africa, Mozambique, Rwanda and Uganda. One of the highlights of the trip was […]

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It’s a Wrap for 2011

By | January 15, 2012

  It’s a wrap for 2011 (I say “wrap” because of new career in movies…more on that later) and I wanted to take a look back at some of my favorite photos and experiences from the past year. The year started off with a 3-week trip to Africa with two different groups, the Eastern Congo […]

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Me and My Leica in Africa

By | March 9, 2011

      I recently returned from a three-week trip to Africa, on back-to-back assignments for two different foundation/non-profit groups. I traveled to Nairobi, Kenya, Rwanda, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. One of the assignments was for a group I have worked with before, the Eastern Congo Initiative. I traveled with founder Ben […]

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MY NEW BLOG!

By | January 11, 2011

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THIS is my new blog. I never thought I would be writing a blog, but a friend suggested it was the best way to update clients and others on what I’ve been working on lately.¬† This blog is designed to highlight my most recent photography projects and assignments. My first blog posting is rather long […]

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