Spring 2018 - The Informant and other photos
The rain has stopped and it's been a banner month for great shoots (and my garden) starting with the Newsweek cover I did of Trump associate Felix Sater that came out today.
Sater is truly an international man of mystery, and I don't think anyone knows what side of history he'll come down on.
I was also happy to have a double truck image in TIME for their cover story on the FBI.
Earlier this spring, I spent a few days with James O'Keefe for Politico Magazine, traveling through a fair bit of the Northeast Corridor to make photos of him. I highly recommend Tim Alberta's thoughtful and nuanced profile for which he and I were granted unprecedented access to O'Keefe and his organization, Project Veritas.
I had a nice chat with APA, a professional photography organization that's doing good things for the industry - Stephen Voss: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held.
Lastly, I'm thrilled to have a photo in the PDN Photo Annual, as well as two photos selected for the American Photography 34 book.
I'll be up in New York making the portfolio rounds later this month. I hope to meet with many of you and I'll be in touch soon.