Ever since I was child and read “The Little Prince,” I’ve been mesmerized by baobab trees. For me, they are magical giants - something out of myths and fairytales. So when I had the chance to go to Tanzania and photograph these sacred trees...

This ongoing series explores the subculture of African American cowboys and cowgirls in the rural Mississippi Delta — a far cry from the Wild West. A recent article from Smithsonian estimated that one in four cowboys were African American...

During a recent trip to New York I paid a visit to Coney Island, a sort-of neighbourhood amusement park located on the outskirts of Brooklyn. There’s plenty of entertainment there — you can kick back on the beach, enjoy the rides at Luna Park...

I’ve always loved the storytelling power of a single image. Questioning the moments just before and after the shutter was released, creates a narrative. Where is this person going?…where have they been?...

After waking up and piecing the previous evening together, this quartet of lifelong friends enjoys a fun filled winter day at the beach. Unaware the world around them has changed. Unaware their appearances will no longer be considered normal...

PhotoPolitic showcases our member's Behind the Scenes (BTS) videos. BTS videos are not only a great way to showcase the attention to detail that a photographer gives to their client, it also conveys personality and confidence...

While I was working as an art buyer at the ad agency T3, I had days when I was so busy that I would literally push my entire stack of mail directly into the recycling bin as soon as it hit my desk. Real talk. But when a promo stood out, I opened it...

I was recently commissioned by Strawberry Frog/New York to photograph fast action shots of sand boarders, sand bikers and Arabian horses in the Rub ‘al Khali Desert outside of Abu Dhabi. Somewhere during preproduction I made the somewhat dubious...

Unlike contact database subscriptions that you pay for, you can be reasonably assured that the information you see is correct. After all, it’s the individuals themselves who are updating the info, not a third party. I also love that it’s a relatively politics-free...

Toward the end of the shoot, I asked if I could recreate Mark Seliger’s image of Gillian Anderson licking David Duchovny from his book, Physiognomy. I absolutely loved the original image but wanted to see more of Saraswathi...

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