Recovering from the last election, Lewis Miller wanted to make a difference. About once a month, a magnificent arrangement of thousands of dollars of flowers lands on the corner of a NYC Street in the trash can. A few … Read More
I’m thrilled to have a short version of my documentary film BlindSight published at Narrative.ly.com where they re-titled it “The Blind Photographers Club” . They do amazing work and I’m proud to have my work included there now too.
Here’s the trailer … Read More
When I was a kid, our neighbor worked at General Mills, downtown, near the Buffalo River, where giant structures stood in their own city. He’d sometimes bring home a grab bag of goodies for us, things like Lucky Charms, Captain … Read More
I wanted to create a visual portfolio that concentrated on storytelling and not just a flashy bunch of cool images cut to generic beat driven sound track. I wanted to show moments I captured from real life; not staged … Read More
It’s fun to work in your hometown and even better when you’re part of a great team the the folks at Blue Chalk Media.
Here is a series of six films I worked on over the summer for the New … Read More
One of my true loves is to be outside anywhere in the world listening to the sounds of birds. We call it “bird happy hour” when they gather in trees near my house before sunset and chirp incessantly.
So it … Read More
The Guardian US Interactive team is famous for their clever expositions of complex problems. So I was thrilled when Gabriel Dance, the Guardian Interactive editor called and asked if I could meet him about a project. “Could we chat on the … Read More