Monthly Archives: August 2010

Above the Gulf

“Gerry?” I heard him shout, “over here” as I turned to look over my right shoulder, a hundred feet away I spot a tall athletic-looking fellow in shorts, polo shirt and cap, waving me over.  “Lance?” I questioned out loud.  … Continue reading

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Pelicans of Hope – Photos

Few creatures become so iconic to a state as the Brown Pelicans are to Louisiana.  In fact, few single images, save the Fleur-de-Lis, the graphically stylized lily or iris, illustrates this state.  So when the BP Deepwater Horizon oil disaster … Continue reading

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Oil and Photojournalism Don’t Mix

After many weeks – turned months – of discussions and false starts a bit over a week ago I finally boarded a flight out of PDX for New Orleans, or N’awlins as they urged me with southern politeness to say. … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Gulf Oil Spill Project!

Welcome to the photography journalism side of the Gulf Oil Spill Project I will be documenting over the next year.  The project is in partnership with a number of folks without whose help I would not be able to accomplish … Continue reading

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