Category: Photography

The 2006 Nobel Peace Prize

The 2006 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh. The award ceremony in Oslo, Norway, brought together heads of state, prominent humanitarians, Hollywood celebrities, rock stars, and journalists from around the world. An all-round extraordinary event. My photoessay captures some of the highlights, from the award ceremony and [...]

File Magazine

A selection of my images from Burning Man 2004-2006 has been featured in File Magazine, a well-edited and tastefully designed collection of fine art photography. “Love it or hate it,” the editors write, “there is one thing that is certain about the annual Burning Man festival: it offers many opportunities for unexpected photography.” You’ll find the [...]

Burning Man 2006

I’ve added 100 new photos from the 2006 Burning Man festival, along with some commentary and links to other photographers’ galleries. Some of my images from the event also appear in the October issue of 944 Magazine and the German ADAC Reisemagazin.

The 2005 Nobel Peace Prize

Back from another rich and stimulating week in Norway where I took part in the annual Nobel Peace Prize celebrations, this time honoring the International Atomic Energy Agency and its director general Mohamed ElBaradei. This year’s events lacked some of the excitement of 2002 when Jimmy Carter got the prize and it paled in comparison [...]

Burning Man 2005

Just back from a beautiful and enchanting week at the 2005 Burning Man festival. This year’s event was, by many accounts, the best ever. The weather was nearly perfect, the art first-rate, and the overall vibe, well, incredible. A photographer’s dream. I have gathered a series of 100 photos from the event here. A very special [...]

The View

Earlier today, ABC-TV’s The View featured my photography from the Burning Man festival in a segment on “Best Places to Pop the Question.” It was a somewhat vacuous piece, let’s be honest. Who would ever recommend Burning Man as a romantic getaway? The idea is preposterous. Black Rock City is just too hot, too dusty, too crowded, [...]