All posts tagged: photojournalism

Drug Reform portraits

Last summer, a team of reporters from the Chicago area spent several days in Oregon exploring the effects and impact of a recently-passed law, which essentially makes the penalty for possession of small amounts of drugs similar to a traffic citation. This law is the […]

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At the Track

I recently spent a few days wandering around Grants Pass Downs, a small-town horse racing track in southwest Oregon, to photograph the atmosphere, community, and characters of the racing scene for a New York Times story. Visually, this was right up my alley and made […]

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Drive-Thru Graduation

Precautions for Covid have continued to alter daily life and many of the annual events and traditions we would typically plan on year after year. Students, in particular, have experienced this disruption from the norm, as they’ve tried to adjust to remote learning, distancing, and […]

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Cancelled

Daily life around the world has been vastly altered these past few months due to the growing pandemic. We’ve been told to stay home, work from home, and socially distance ourselves from others. Events and gatherings of all sizes are either cancelled or rescheduled in […]

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Costumed Cross 18

The Cyclocross Crusade Halloween races in Bend are a staple of the annual series. It’s been a few years since I last photographed this colorful, wacky event, so I was eager to revisit it and look for some different shots than I’ve come back with […]

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Climb On

From the first time I strapped on a harness, squeezed into some tight, uncomfortable shoes, chalked up my hands, and nervously ascended a terrifyingly-high rock wall, climbing has made me feel more alive. There’s beauty in the challenging physical movement and body positions, combined with […]

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