Multimedia reporting on domestic social issues, energy, the environment, and the outdoors keep my editorial interests occupied however, like many editorial photographers find, commercial work and concept stock are necessary parts to running a viable business. Published credits and clients include Time, Newsweek, GQ, People, Wired, der Stern, National Geographic Adventure, Climbing, USA Today, the London Financial Times, D Magazine (Italy), the London Daily Telegraph and, yes, even Star Magazine and the National Enquirer. I have also worked with Lucent Technologies, Loudeye, Starbucks, Philips, Mitsubishi, Casey Family Programs, Black Diamond Equipment, Patagonia, Petzl Equipment, Alpine Audio, Shurgard Storage, United Way, and others.
I am a co-founder of a 501©3 Non Profit Corporation committed to creating dialog about sexual violence through documentary multimedia productions of personal narratives on the lasting effects of sexual violence. This work is targeted toward education, advocacy, and editorial markets. Recent media was shown at the 14th Annual Amnesty International Film Festival in Seattle, Washington. Learn more at www.fearproject.org.
I am an IPNstock.com participant, Workbookstock.com contributor, and you’ll also find my work at Aurora Photos and Getty Images.
I am also a co-founder and moderator for the Travel and Outdoor Photographer Alliance, an outdoors focused offshoot of Editorial Photographers, and strive to educate photographers and clients about equitable contracts and compensation.
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