Walk for Tibet, Washington, DC to New York City

Last month, I had the pleasure of covering a very special event.  Kunga Norbu, the nephew of The Dalai Lama, set out on a walk from Washington, DC to New York City.  The beginning of the journey started with a protest in front of the Chinese Embassy in northern DC and then the group walked 6 miles south to the White House for the rest of the protest.  From there, Kunga and a few fellow walkers set out on their 10 day walk to New York City.  I was fortunate to take part in the walk in Washington and on their final day in New York as they approached the UN Building.  These are some of the photos I took on those 2 days.  

Industry Assignment

I recently had to shoot an assignment that represented the "Evidence of Man," in the style of Edward Burtynsky.  I chose to shoot in and around a scrap yard and concrete factory in the south side of DC.  You never know how people will respond to a request to photograph on their property, but these guys were very gracious and welcoming.  They took me on a tour which gave me access to much better shooting angles.  I was quite pleased with the results.