After four days without human contact, I decided to conceptualize a portrait in a contained location.
My camera bodies, lenses, and why I use each of them
A travelogue about hitting a dead-end, traveling on a whim, and ending up somewhere unexpected.
A travelogue about hitting a dead-end, traveling on a whim, and ending up somewhere unexpected.
Editing from a contact sheet and gravitating towards one frame
A conversation with Ying Ang about capturing the transitional state of postpartum life and telling your own story in images
An invitation to ask me questions about anything you likeHi everyone, Since I’ve tried these chat threads a few times by posing a specific question, I thought today I’ll open a broad discussion and inv…
I followed a group of veterans on an ayahuasca retreat as they worked through their PTSD
In The Atlantic, former Marine Elliott Ackerman unpacks a series of portraits I made during the 2009-2010 troop surge in Afghanistan
Using movement to create a portrait of a young girl in Iraq who had been kidnapped by ISIS
There is always a favorite photo that gets cut—and this is the one that was left out of the TIME project.
A conversation with TIME magazine’s Andrew Katz about choosing 25 photos to depict climate change in America