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  1. Rob Bagnall for Nextgov

    Date 03 Nov 2015
    When I first got asked to photograph Rob Bagnall who works in cybersecurity, I thought of a dark server room, blinking LED lights, and computer screens everywhere.  What the assignment turned out to be was pretty much the exact opposite and in a very good unique way. Bagnall has a…

  2. Nicole Lurie for Government Executive Magazine

    Date 26 Oct 2015
    Back in August, I visited the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to photograph Nicole Lurie who is the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response.  When talking with the team at Government Executive Magazine, we decided that we wanted to shoot in a lighter more airy style in addition…

  3. Charles Elliott for Multifamily Executive Magazine

    Date 19 Oct 2015
    Wow!  It has been a really long time since I’ve had a chance to write about my recent work.  In that time though, I traveled throughout Germany for two weeks and returned to the U.S. to get married a week later.  After that, it was off to Key West for…

  4. Photographing the 2015 Washington Kastles Season

    Date 17 Aug 2015
    So last year, I wrote about the Washington Kastles winning their fourth straight WTT Championship.  Well, this year, I’m writing about the Kastles doing something no other team in WTT history has ever done.  Win five straight.  In a city where history is made and etched in stone, the Kastles…

  5. Denise Turner Roth for Government Executive Magazine

    Date 09 Jul 2015
    I really love shooting for Government Executive Magazine.  It’s always a fun collaboration of ideas when speaking with Katie about upcoming assignments.  Last month, she got in touch about photographing Denise Turner Roth who is the Acting Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in DC.  It wouldn’t…

  6. FTC Commissioner Julie Brill for Government Executive Magazine

    Date 08 Jul 2015
    One of the things that I like most about doing what I do, is that every day is different.  On top of that, I am always meeting new and interesting people who I normally wouldn’t have access to if it wasn’t for my job.  Such was the case in early…

  7. U.S. Army’s PEO Soldier for GX: The Guard Experience

    Date 06 Jul 2015
    Every once in a while, an assignment comes along that makes you fall in love with what you do all over again.  The concept is something that you dream about getting the opportunity to photograph one day.  The creative team is filled with some of the nicest people you’ll ever…

  8. Major General Singh for GX: The Guard Experience

    Date 19 May 2015
    On April 1, I got to photograph someone who is no fool.  I was really excited when GX: The Guard Experience, an official magazine of the National Guard, got in touch about an upcoming assignment in Baltimore, MD.  They asked if I would be interested in photographing Major General…

  9. Pearl Harbor Veteran Isaac George

    Date 13 May 2015
    A while back, I received a phone call from a woman who lives in my hometown.  She had come across my portraits of WWII veterans that I photographed while visiting Pennsylvania, and wanted to pass on a name and telephone number of someone I may be interested in contacting.  She…

  10. Nagesh Rao for Government Executive Magazine

    Date 06 May 2015
    Here’s the latest assignment I photographed for Government Executive Magazine.  This time, I headed to the U.S. Small Business Administration where I met and photographed Nagesh Rao.  Nagesh’s job is to search for makers of innovative technology that could have a major impact on various industries.  While talking with…

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