Apr 25, 2011 | No Comments
Wow. Where to begin. It's been several months since I last sent out an update and things have been incredibly busy! From the Summit Series, to The Tiziano Project winning SXSW, to Counterspill's successful launch, read on to find out what I've been up to.
Oct 25, 2010 | No Comments
More than 4,000 children are in need of heart surgeries in Iraqi Kurdistan. This photo of 7-year-old Hussen Khalid's surgery (as seen in the reflection in the heart rate monitor) was taken during the 2010 Remedy Mission by the...
Nov 9, 2009 | 2 Comments
My last 5 days included 5,000 miles of flying and more than 300 miles of driving. I went from a photography awards ceremony and reception at the National Geographic Society in DC, followed by a gallery opening and a meeting with the Senior Photo Editor at National Geographic the next day, to a red-eye flight back to the west coast to shoot a 50th Wedding Anniversary party in Seal Beach and then to Santa Barbara to attend one of my good friends wedding receptions. At least I'm keeping busy...Continue reading FotoweekDC, advice from National Geographic, and more....
May 17, 2009 | 2 Comments
The exhibit I opened on Thursday in Berkeley went great! Last minute, I was also asked to serve as a resident expert on Iraq in a project by a British artist at the Hammer Museum in Westwood. Read on for more details and a video of my lecture on modernization vs. traditionalism in the Kurdish region.Continue reading Summer 2009: Exhibitions Recap.
May 6, 2009 | 1 Comment
Just a quick update and let everyone know what I'll be up to this summer. A LOT is going on, but the quick highlights are: I'm now serving as the Executive Director for the Tiziano Project; my first solo photography exhibit opens at UC Berkeley next week; I'm leaving to Iraq in three weeks; and I will be spending two months in Chicago for a Journalism Fellowship at Northwestern University!Continue reading Summer 2009: From Iraq to Chicago.
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