The New York Times introduces Lens, a photojournalism blog that intends to present some of the most interesting visual and multimedia reporting.
Some test footage from my new 5D MKII taken near Columbus Circle and also 34th Street.
Thirst in the Mojave tries to bring a little more web mentality to video but still utilize the linear narrative strengths that make video such a great storytelling tool.
I just got the new Canon 5D MKII in my hands before I left for Ohio to spend Christmas with my family.
The Wall Street Journal used the new Cooliris flash embed for it’s Year in Pictures. You can too.
2008 demo reel showcasing my work as a Producer, Editor, Videographer and Animator.
An interactive gadget finder featuring personalized buying advice from New York Times technology columnist David Pogue.
This presidential campaign has been two years in the making and the political landscape has changed a lot over those two years.
Willie Chapman has 10 kids in 3 states and he’s 40 years old. Professional boxing matches are still his main income and also the only way he can pay child support to see his kids. Because of his age and losing record, Nevada may not license him to fight anymore. Willie also shows signs of dementia, most likely caused from continued brain trauma caused by boxing.
I’ve accepted a job at the New York Times and I will be joining Andrew DeVigal and his all-star interactive team.