WORK: Telling the stories of others through words and pictures has been a calling for over 20 years. Serving as witness, and serving the public’s right to know, remains a central tenet of my personal work. All my other work is less idealistic.

Professional recommendations on LinkedIn are here.

Recent still and video work from South Sudan and the Haitian earthquake can be seen here.

CLIENTS: Microsoft, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, T-Mobile, Seattle University, Medical Teams International, Providence Health Systems, and many others.

REPRESENTATION/DISTRIBUTION: Previously Black Star, Corbis, Zuma Press, and The Associated Press.

PUBLICATIONS: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News, TIME, Newsweek, US News and World Report, Smithsonian, Mother Jones, Stern, Marie Claire, Der Spiegel, People, MSNBC, The Seattle Times, The Seattle P-I, The Puget Sound Business Journal,  Philanthropy, and many more.

IN BRIEF: From 1990 to 2004 I served six daily newspaper staffs. In 1996, while at the Augusta Chronicle, I was recognized at the prestigious Atlanta Photojournalism Conference as Georgia Photographer of the Year. That portfolio simultaneously received third place nationally for a documentary on a boys juvenile reform camp. I earlier completed my graduate work at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. I have been an active professional since 1990 and retain memberships with NPPA, SPJ, and ASMP.


I’M PASSIONATE about: Education, Global Health, Healthcare, and Gender Equality in Africa.

PRESS: University of Washington, WS Herald, PhotoMedia, Seattle Weekly, Kalish Workshop, 2012

Deadlines are my friends. 

Visual stories with impact are my craft. 

I remain rooted in Seattle.

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