Assignment for The Chronicle of Higher Education

October 30, 2009

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I did a portrait assignment here in Bucharest recently for The Chronicle of Higher Education back in the US. I spent some time with Zoe Petre, a professor of Ancient History at The University of Bucharest. You can read the story about how academia has changed in Eastern Europe in the past 20 years here.

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PhotoShelter Archive update

October 27, 2009

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Check it out here.


Website update: Bucharest 20 Years Later (In Progress)

October 27, 2009

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See it here.


Romanian Newspaper Gandul’s spread on me

October 27, 2009

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I previously linked to the online version of the interview that the Romanian newspaper ‘Gandul’ did with me back in September, but above is what it looked like in print.


This Day of Change Tearsheets

October 23, 2009

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In January I had the privilege of participating in a group project titled ‘This Day of Change’ organized by the magazine Courrier Japon which sent 132 photographers from around the world out to capture life on Barack Obama’s inauguration day. Both Japanese (pictured above) and English language versions of the book have been published. Check out the website devoted to the project here and my page on the site. The Japanese version can be purchased from Amazon Japan and the English version from Amazon.com. The book was recently nominated for a Lucie Award.


Romania’s Bloody Revolution: 20 Years Later

October 23, 2009

Read this piece on Romania’s Bloody Revolution: 20 Years Later.


New project in progress: Bucharest 20 Years Later (Continued)

October 19, 2009

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More photos from my ongoing project about Bucharest 20 years after The Fall of Communism and The Romanian Revolution. Well dressed women are everywhere, nightclubs abound and yet remnants of the Communist era remain such as this kiosk. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the first set of pictures.