Digital Dreamscape

This is an interactive portfolio, click on the arrows to cycle through the images (and my dreams).

Every Sunday I’m left as an internet widow by my partner, who writes the wildly popular website Gastropoda. So while she was ranting online about food and politics, I was posting pictures. The site was designed by Audrey Chen and Billie Mandle, making a site that reflected both my dreams and photography in an even cleaner and more clever mode than what I imagined.

Published work from National Geographic Magazine: 1 Magazine 3.5 minutes 21 years.

Here’s a selection of the photography I published in National Georgraphic Magazine, on assignment for more than 20 years.

How fast time flies…

Thanks to Pamela Chen who wrote the music.

My Photo Portfolio

I’ve been a magazine photographer for more than twenty years. Click on the photo below to take you out to a flash website of my stills work along with some examples of printed work and even first videos. This is also an interactive portfolio. click on the subjects to see the work and click on the “Viewfinder” to navigate the minisite.

Photographing a Rock Star..of Science!

I used to do a lot of portraits when I started working for magazines in NYC. One great recent portrait was Professor E.O.Wilson. He’s the Mick Jagger of Science, often referred to as “Charles Darwin’s Heir” and a genius. He is an amazing thinker, Pulitzer prize-winning author, the man who coined the term “biodiversity” and also a very gentle man. I made this image at the Darwin exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC. I always like to photograph people in their element. And yes, I used a flash;) Don’t you always use a flash with a rock star?

E.O.Wilson, The Mick Jagger of Science