Tag Archives: Washington

the face of feminism

The Face of Feminism

On January 21, I went to the Women’s March on Washington to support and defend the equal rights of women, and to photograph the event as part of a photo-documentary book project, UnPresidented: The Inauguration of Donald Trump and the People’s ResponseContinue reading

first snow

It has now become an annual tradition. While others in DC race to clear area grocery stores of even a memory of milk and bread, I run to the dog park to get the year’s first images of dogs in the snow.  Continue reading

looking back at 2016: the art of dance

Classical Repertoire Dance Ensemble #7

In 2016 I began experimenting with art methods of processing and finishing images, in addition to more customary photographic finishes. Looking back, I note that I tended to experiment with art finishes processes on photographs of dance and flow performances more than anything else. Here are a few of my favorite examples. Continue reading

looking back at 2016: fire

How 'bout a Little Fire, Scarecrow

2016 was a fire storm that blazed out of control leaving a fair amount of scorched earth and shocked minds. It is only appropriate that we leave the year with some favorite photos of fire–beautiful, mesmerizing and fortunately completely under the control of some talented fire spinners, breathers and eaters. Continue reading

looking back at 2016: events

Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage celebration at the Carlos Rosario International Charter School

A few of my favorite photographs of events I shot in 2016. Continue reading

the other side

Behind Glass 1

When you cannot find anything interesting on the streets during a photo walk, look through the glass at the other side. Continue reading