The other day in China I watched athletes prepare for the Beijing Olympic games, and I thought about how difficult it is to get unique photographs at these highly documented events.
For the 2000 Sydney games, I was contracted by Kodak to be their... Read More | Share it now!
I was travelling through the hills of East Timor, which had recently become the first newly independent nation of the 21st century. As we came around a corner, we almost drove into a wedding party that had just left the village where the wedding... Read More | Share it now!
Three weeks ago, I was in India sitting on a Bihar train reading the headlines:
“Maoist rebels attack a train in Bihar”
“Serious outbreak of Malaria in Bihar kills 72 people.”
Just in case I still thought the assignment would be easy, I was... Read More | Share it now!
Waiting is a major part of a photojournalist’s life; waiting for the Pope, a President or a rebel.
The first revolutionaries I ever worked with were the MNLF, Moro National Liberation Front, in the southern Philippines. When I wanted to contact... Read More | Share it now!
Since the overthrow of the Shah and the kidnapping of the American hostages in 1979, Iran has always been in the news. For nine years, while Iran was closed to most Westerners, I travelled there taking pictures of events, life under the Ayatollahs... Read More | Share it now!