LAKE STATION, Ind

click on the image to see more photos from this story   LAKE STATION, Ind. — This hard-luck town just south of Chicago is weighing a decision confronting many small and midsize cities with shrinking populations and chronic budget deficits: whether to sell the public water system to a for-profit corporation. From the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/towns-sell-their-public-water-systems–and-come-to-regret-it/2017/07/07/6ec5b8d6-4bc6-11e7-bc1b-fddbd8359dee_story.html?utm_term=.4ca1cfbba128

Lady Dynamite

The internets are filled with photographers doing “What’s in My Bag” videos and blog posts. I think some photographers like to see what equipment “successful” photographers use because, of course,  it’s the gear that will make you a wildly successful photographer. Vision, point-of-view, craft and experience …. way overrated. (Well, a little natural-born talent doesn’t… Read More

Brian Wilson

  I photographed musician Brian Wilson at his home in Los Angeles. The story that the photos were to accompany was a retrospective, a look back at the career of the man who wrote, arranged and produced “Pet Sounds” — considered by many to be one of the greatest albums of all time. Once the… Read More

Birdman

Dan Rauch is a fisheries and wildlife biologist with the District Department of the Environment (DDOE). Rauch grew up on a farm in Prince George’s County, Maryland, and was exposed to wildlife every day. He is passionate about his job documenting and studying the myriad birds that are found in the District. He lives in… Read More