Tag Archives: San Antonio photographer
Recently I went to San Antonio to photograph Dean Charles Cantu at St. Mary’s University Law School. The Wall Street Journal published an article featuring his commentary on how Law Grads face a Brutal Job Market. While in San Antonio I stopped in on my friend who made Austin a little less cool when he left… name Continue Reading »
This was recently published in the Spring issue of Hyphen magazine. Yuki from Asobi Seksu during Fun Fun Fun Fest – the best music festival in Austin!
Read about Bob Fu in this story by Andrew Jacobs for the New York Times. Last week I flew to Midland to photograph a portrait of Mr. Fu at the ChinaAid office. It was a long day, but an interesting story and incredible experience to meet the chinese activist and dissident.
I photographed Tyler Campbell, son of Heisman Trophy winner and NFL running back Earl Campbell, for the February issue of Ebony Magazine. Tyler was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in college, thus preventing him from entering the NFL draft and effectively ending his football career. Now he’s a spokesman for the MS Society and an overall a Continue Reading »
January was a busy month to my surprise. I shot a story in San Antonio for the Wall Street Journal about professional shoppers. I didn’t know what that meant, but it’s a really niche profession that takes a lot of people skills. Claudia Coleman is a professional shopper with Nieman Marcus and has many clients Continue Reading »
It’s really amazing how fast things change. Six months ago Gov. Rick Perry was a strong contender for the White House and what feels like overnight he’s disappeared from relevance in the Republican primary race. In August Perry tried to rally the conservative Christian right at an evangelical prayer event held at Reliant Arena in Continue Reading »
I covered a national news story recently for the New York Times about the Spicewood Beach community running out of water. The private community near Austin has its own well that was gifted to the LCRA to manage years back. Now the community is having water trucked in to meet its needs. I gathered a Continue Reading »