Tag: portrait

Oh, Northern California. The assignment was a vast image library for global biotechnology firm Biogen, and included five cities, thousands of images, and one pretty terrible meal courtesy of Clint Eastwood. (Seriously, the Mission Ranch in Carmel, CA – avoid it. Eastwood could not be reached for comment.) We captured a tremendous range of subject matter: […]

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Promise Christian Academy is a small private school that serves the needs of children with severe, often multiple, disabilities. Think Autism, Down Syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy, though the school is keen not to define its students by their conditions. A few months ago, byFaith magazine sent me to photograph those students (story here), to capture […]

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…than Joe Edwards. Hawaiian button-downs, electric blue, white with blue flowers – it’s nice to see someone who’s not afraid of color. Joe is a St. Louis icon. He owns a slew of restaurants and venues including Blueberry Hill, and recently opened the Moonrise Hotel and Eclipse restaurant. He has been spearheading efforts to revitalize […]

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I was suprised to hear this Storycorps segment (here) yesterday morning on NPR’s Morning Edition. I was surprised because I know Dana Viviano. I photographed her for an assignment just a few months ago at Siteman Cancer Center, and I really like the way she looks in the pictures. Maybe it’s just because she’s holding […]

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. But why? And why does my assignment work never look like this?

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I hate doing estimates. I’d so much rather take pictures. Sigh. Here’s five percent for Thursday. This is Gloria. I took her picture for AARP. Gloria is retired, and she helps other retired people in St. Louis County get their resumes in shape so they can find jobs.

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