A Way To Help Alexandra Boulat

Please read and ponder this… “Hello everyone. We are currently focused on trying to help Alex and her family in any way possible, so please bear with us. As many of you may know, Alex had surgery on Thursday morning to stop bleeding in her brain. The operation was...

June 28, 2007

Returning Home to Life’s Twist of Fate

Life messes with us. Life speaks volumes in both the simple and profound ways it plays with our every day. The stories I try to tell are part of that passion play…part of that most important mechanism of creativity….telling the stories of humanity…with the drama, transitions, transformations, daily nuances...

June 24, 2007

Iraqi Kurdistan Film Screening in NY

The Iraqi Kurdistan Flipbook will be screening Saturday, July 21st at 4pm on screen 7 in NYC as part of the NY Film and Video Festival. The screening will take place at Village East Cinemas, located at 181 2nd Avenue (at 12th Street) in Manhattan’s East Village. For tickets...

June 22, 2007

Black Gold Story Inspired This on You Tube

I just received this email from someone in Austria, in response to my story about oil and conflict in the Niger Delta that appeared in the February 2007 issue of National Geographic. Here is another example of how the world is getting smaller and how we can inspire change...

June 19, 2007

Teaching in Siena, Italy

I’m just finishing up the second of two workshops in Siena, Italy for the Canon Photographic Workshop series. This program in Italy is run by Carlo Roberti, an energetic soul dedicated to teaching photography and producing successful workshops around Italy, including most prominently the Toscana Photographic Workshops , which...

June 16, 2007

Notes From A Changing India

It’s been a while since I posted anything to this blog. I’ve been working for the past four weeks in India on a long term project which I can’t talk too much about. Suffice it to say it’s a look at how India is changing and modernizing, while coping...

June 05, 2007