Articles Archive for September 2010
Wyoming reveals majestic mountain peaks and a bubbling underground.
My first weekend in Southeast Kansas coincided with the annual festival known as Little Balkans Days, held in Pittsburg to commemorate the region’s history as a melting pot of European immigrants back at the start of coal mining in the 1860s.
I started Fashion Week at Project Runway this past Thursday. Between the screaming for Heidi Klum and guest judge Jessica Simpson, the camera on a dolly swinging wildly over my head and the nearly hour-long show (they typically take 15 minutes) it was quite the introduction to this Fashion Week. I got some great runway shots but goddamn if I didn’t have the elbows to push my way to some of the front row guests.
This is the first time Fashion Week is being held at Lincoln Center and the accommodations are a beaut. I shoot another 6 shows (at least) and will try and take some more photos of the Lincoln Center fashion universe to share.
I started Fashion Week at Project Runway this past Thursday. Between the screaming for Heidi Klum and guest judge Jessica Simpson, the camera on a dolly swinging wildly over my…
Across the road from our house is a fried chicken restaurant and a church. So it’s not so much that I wondered why the city of Pittsburg, Kansas — roughly 25 miles from Joplin, Missouri — has only one mosque.
I’m in the small town of Girard, in the southeast corner of Kansas, not too far from the Missouri border. I’ve been documenting the surrounding areas since driving here from San Diego a week ago, but with a ton of photos in my backlog I thought I’d share a teaser.