News + Documentary Projects
October 2018—Panama City, FL
SEPTEMBER 27, 2018—WASHINGTON, D.C.
Protesters gathered in the Hart Senate Office Building during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the morning of September 27, in which Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford delivered testimonies. Later, some marched to the Supreme Court building, chanting and demonstrating support for Christine Blasey Ford as she testified.
A burger and shoes. Coffee and an oil change. Fresh veggies and a monthly trim.
They’re routine. We couldn’t live without them, really.
They’re so routine, in fact, that we never stop to really think about the lives devoted to making them available to us.
AUGUST 31, 2018—Washington, D.C.
Family, friends and former colleagues paid their respects at a memorial service for John McCain at the Capitol rotunda in Washington, D.C.. The senator lay in state for the duration of the afternoon.
June 2017—Monument valley, AZ
Thick skin, rough edges, and a whole lot of grit.
That’s what it takes to live in the desert. The cactuses know it and so do the lizards that retreat in the shade beneath their limbs. The scorpions know it too, and so do the rattlesnakes and the hardened cowboy-types rolling in and out of wind-worn town that pepper the unforgiving landscape of the American Southwest.
September 2016—Oklahoma city, OK
The gallery that will make you crave fried things on sticks.
APRIL 2, 2018 — OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
On Monday, April 2, thousands of teachers, students, parents, support staff and concerned citizens gathered at the Oklahoma State Capitol to demand increased funding for schools and better wages for educators. School districts were closed across the state.
DECEMBER 11, 2017—Norman, OK
Sherman’s garage workshop smells like blood, stale flesh and chemicals. Dozens of glass eyes watch me walk in.
WARNING: IMAGES INCLUDE SOME GRAPHIC CONTENT. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017—Norman, OK
David Boren announced today that, effective June 30, he will be retiring from his position as president of the University of Oklahoma after almost 23 years of service.