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Category Archives: My Photo Essays

Jacobs House I. Frank Lloyd Wright.

Written on December 29, 2015 at 3:01 pm, by

The L shape of Frank Lloyd Wrights Usonian home, Jacobs House I.

Rare Disease. Phoenix New Times.

Written on December 28, 2015 at 2:51 pm, by

“Simon is 14 years old. His head is small for his age — the result of brain damage sustained from frequent violent seizures. With a cognitive capacity roughly equivalent to a toddler’s, Simon displays symptoms of a number of fairly common ailments, including cerebral palsy and autism. After more than a decade of tests, however,  Continue Reading »

Sonoran Giants.

Written on June 17, 2014 at 6:28 pm, by

40’5″ The hottest in all of North America, the Sonoran desert covers southern Arizona, southeastern California and northern Mexico. Along with coyotes, rattlesnakes and tumbleweeds, the saguaro cactus only grows in the Sonoran desert and is one of the most recognizable and iconic features of this harsh arid region. A master of desert survival, very  Continue Reading »

“This is your Pearl Harbor”

Written on December 22, 2013 at 2:43 pm, by

Sometimes it’s hard to relate to your parents. My dad is 74 years old and doesn’t understand social media, why I drive so fast, or what a tablet is. He just stepped into his first Apple store three days ago. But I’ll never forget the first thing he said to me after the Twin Towers  Continue Reading »

On Assignment. Araviapa Wilderness

Written on November 10, 2013 at 11:56 am, by

  Headed into the middle of the Araviapa Wilderness on assignment for Phoenix New Times. This is going to be interesting.   This looks like a great way to spend the next 26 miles. Didn’t even look at me. Like a boss. Sunset on the granite mountains. Amazing ending to an amazing day! Let the Hot  Continue Reading »