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Ground Down To Dust

  I walked along a broken fence that led down to the coast, battered by the elements. A harsh cold wind whipped at my face as the clouds raced across the sky. I climbed around, exploring like a child, hopping

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First Breath

Walden, CO – We had just finished up filming for the day, documenting an unsupported cycling race across the United States and I had some time, so I grabbed my rolleiflex and ran down to the pond. In hindsight, I

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Behind the Confines of our Walls

Sarajevo, Bosnia – Behind the confines of our walls, we weep for the ignorant. Barriers that have been built to shield us from others make us more alone than ever before. We walk among the trees and flowers, across the

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The Greatest Match of All Time

Banja Luka, Bosnia – On an unnaturally warm summer’s evening, I walked down the main road, heading north toward the outskirts of the city. The sun was approaching the horizon and the shadows were growing long, but the city was

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Around Every Corner

Buenos Aires, Argentina – Walking around the streets of Buenos Aires is like visiting the Louvre, but without all the French people. Around every corner is someone’s creative prowess splattered all over a wall. Some of the art it is

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Northbound

In the predawn hours on a sweltering day in September, a crowd of shadowy figures gathers in an old decrepit rail yard, waiting for their salvation. The sun hasn’t even begun to rise and the sweat has already started beading.

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Shadows and Textures

Simferopol, Ukraine – I love photographing people.  Not anybody specific, just every day people that are going about their lives, doing what they need to do to survive.  They’re so mysterious.  Full of emotion.  One way I enjoy shooting them

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A Smoggy Feeling of Desperation

Simferopol, Ukraine – After spending a couple weeks filming rock climbing in Ukraine, I was able to take a day or two for myself and wander around Simferopol, one of the larger cities on the Crimean peninsula. The lackadaisical people

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The City

An uneasy feeling runs through the city like a thick fog. People waiting, not knowing, with no understanding of the future, or what it holds. They sit in their coffee shops, shielded by the glass as they look out in

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