Sunday, July 31, 2011

A Chance In Hell

Earlier this year we spent time at the Kandahar
trauma hospital. We finally published the story
today. This image is of a solder who stepped on
a land mine, lost his leg sadly, and received the
purple heart after he was stabilized.

Please take time to look over the stories, photos
and videos. Our service members are still
witnessing this type of trauma daily.

My gratitude is extensive to the military
and to those who allowed us to share their story.

It's the most intense two weeks I have ever witnessed.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Haiti and Ireland, and TID

Getting caught up as of late with a few things:

I finally put up images from my trips to Ireland and Haiti on my website.

Here are a couple, but if you want to see more, check out

Also we just finished a website for The Image, Deconstructed, which is
a side project I've been working this year. I'm really excited about it -
it's the hosting archive for all the interviews we've done so far.

The site was designed by Sam Saccone, who volunteered his time to do this, so
much appreciation goes out to him.

The blog is open also to anyone if they want a space to interview
someone regarding a picture or a series, just contact me, and I'll let
you know the details. In the coming weeks we'll have our first guest