In Memory...

I photographed Richard Benavides, Legislative Aide, on the 3rd floor of the capitol in Juneau, Alaska in 2016.  This year he passed away and left many memories for his family and life.  I also photographed his beautiful daughters when they were visiting him during their spring break.  It was so nice to meet you Richard, and have the honor of photographing you and your daughters. You are forever in my memory.

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Women's March Photographs

Humanity, Women's March, Washington, DC, January 21. 2017 © 2017

Humanity, Women's March, Washington, DC, January 21. 2017 © 2017

I am working on editing a complete photographic essay on my Women's March experience. Please check back for updates on this empowering event. 

Bravo World Press Photo Award Winners

Bravo to the award winners in this year's World Press Photo Competition.  Not only are the images strong photographically and artistically, but they are also heavy with sentiment.  I am impressed with the numbers of award winners who had black and white images, especially in this sometimes oversaturated colorful world.  The World Press Photo jury made the right call last year when they made the manipulation rules stricter and the quality of the work speaks for  itself in the winners categories.. I follow many of these photographers daily on Instagram, and they have integrity in their documentary work.  The NYTimes has a nice selection here.  The Atlantic also has a nice selection here.  I would spend the time looking at the World Press site itself for the complete winner selections .  I am putting a few of my favorites here as well...

Photo by Warren Richardson

Photo by Warren Richardson

Photo by Daniel Berehulak

Photo by Daniel Berehulak


Photo by Kazuma Obara

Photo by Kazuma Obara

Photo by Kevin Frayer

Photo by Kevin Frayer