Friday, October 14, 2016
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
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
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
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
Saturday, February 14, 2015
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