I took a photo from the top of the bleachers, little did I know it would be my last assignment for 171 days.
The Blue Angels flight team flew over the city of Chicago and a few surrounding suburbs, specifically over hospitals, to show support for the healthcare professionals. Luckily that flight path was right over the top of my house so with … Continued
Scanning a box or three of old family photos can be a daunting task, here’s what I’ve learned in 25 years of doing it. First let me save you some time, there are three ways to go about scanning in … Continued
As I go through the archive of images I have, number one I’m grateful for the digital age. Besides making getting images to the publications I shoot for easier (not to mention no longer having to drive to office after … Continued
As the decade comes to a close I wanted to do a look back on my favorite photojournalism images I’ve taken from the past 10 years. Considering I wasn’t doing as much freelance work in the 2000s (the first 10 … Continued
The last full moon of the decade rising over Lake Michigan, as seen from the shoreline of Chicago, Illinois. I rarely get out to shoot pretty pictures like this. After watching the almost full moon come up over the lake … Continued
On September 11th, 2001, I was just 2 years out of photo school, pretty much only shooting sports, and I don’t have a single picture from that day. However with the 11th being a Tuesday, that meant Friday night was only 3 days away. So as I headed off to shoot high school football, the events of earlier in the week were heavily on my mind.