During our current worldwide pandemic I took a look back at photo album from my family’s archive and got a look at what one part of the country looked like before the second wave of the Spanish Flu took hold. It looked normal.
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
Why My First Front Page For A Major Daily Newspaper Was A Huge Letdown Or, how incredibly awkward the situation created by the Chicago Sun Times photo staff layoff was. First I want to go on record, I’m completely grateful that … Continued
Ten years ago this April I took these photo as the last of the Robert Taylor/Stateway Garden housing complexes were taken down at about 38th & State St. If you look closely you can see Comiskey Park in the background … Continued
White Sox World Series Flashback; 10 years to the day Back in 2005 my wife and I, who are Cubs fans, happen to live in the Bridgeport neighborhood of Chicago, about 5 blocks west of Comiskey Park. Yes I … Continued