Mirabel Park / Healdsburg
How can you photograph a familiar sight in a new way?
I have been photographing San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge for over 20 years and am always amazed to discover new angles, new perspectives, new details I have not noticed before.
As a photographer, get creative with seasonal changes
Chicago changes vastly through the months, allowing photographic opportunities to present themselves in unexpected ways.
Take better photos. By waiting.
I love shooting in Boston as it's a historic city both inside and out – and packed with photo opportunities. There's a wealth of street photography to be found in its museums, campuses, marketplaces, neighborhoods and parks.
How spending more time with people will make you a better photographer
I traveled twice to Shishmaref, a really remote island off the coast of Alaska, both times in June to record the effects of climate change.
The secret of street photography
The first “secret” of street photography is putting in the time. You have to be out there, so that the lucky, strange, exciting and unusual can happen – and happen where you are.
Animals can have as much character as people
Pets: you either hate them or love them. But dog lovers in New York go all the way. They share their tiny apartments with dogs which might be as big as themselves.
Don’t lose sight of the bigger picture
I came across the “Naked Cowboy” purely by chance, while I was photographing the street life around Times Square in New York City.
Dancing for a fire godess
The young hula dancers of Halau ("hula group") Kahula O Ka Moana Pakipika prepare to dance on a breathtaking location: at the edge of Kîlauea, one of Hawaii's active volcanos.
How do you translate feelings into a photo?
As a photographer I always try to translate feelings into photographs, as a way of communicating the essence of a place.
Use high ISO so you don’t spoil the mood in your photos with flash
Being a staff photographer for the Las Vegas Sun is a dream job, because Las Vegas never lets a photographer down. Where else would you find a stripper mobile riding up and down past the neon of The Strip?