Crosby Street Hotel
The Westin Ottawa
The Clarendon Hotel and Spa
East Village Hotel
Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver
Hotel Bel-Air - Dorchester Collection
San Ysidro Ranch
El Cid Marina Beach Hotel
The Ivy Hotel
The Driskill - in the Unbound Collection by Hyatt
NWC Dunamis USANorth America
The Wanderlust of YouNorth America
Adventures In TravelNorth America
Full Time ExplorerNorth America
Fignole TravelNorth America
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.
Zoom out to create a context
Yucatán is a fantastic destination, but because of the combination of beaches and Maya temples it is also quite touristy. The locals you meet are more often than not part of the tourist industry, and if you are keen to meet the “real” locals, you have to make an effort.
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.
Don’t portray an event, portray what it stands for
I’ve been carrying on a not-so-secret love affair for the past seven years. Rather than spending the 4th of July here at home in California, I’ve been traveling due north 900 miles to celebrate a different kind of Independence Day.
The technique behind spontaneity
The most enjoyable aspect of being a photographer is finding myself in a variety of different situations. The most challenging aspect is how to convey one's own feelings at those very moments.