2016

Amanda Kesel Is Making Up for Lost Time in a Hurry. Seth Berkman. The New York Times. October 7, 2016.

Best Adventure Photography 2016. Outside Magazine. October, 2016.

Friends say Minnesota Attacker was "Normal American Kid." Mitch Smith and Richard Peréz-Peña. The New York Times. Sept. 19, 2016

Nearly 70 Arrested in Summit Avenue Protests. MPR Staff. Minnesota Public Radio. July 27, 2016.

21 Arrests at Minneapolis March Over Castile Shooting, Matt Sepic. Minnesota Public Radio. July 20, 2016.

Photos: A Peacful – and Youthful – Day of Marches. Minnesota Public Radio. July 10, 2016.

After Poised Live-Streaming, Tears and Fury Find Diamond Reynolds, Julie Bosman. The New York Times. July 7, 2016.

Minnesota T.S.A. Manager Says He Was Told to Target Somali-Americans. Ron Nixon. The New York Times. April 27, 2016.

Wielding a Soldering Gun to Give Panes Their Brains. As told to Patricia R. Olsen. The New York Times. April 16, 2016.

Housekeeping Firms Helps Artists Work With Brushes As Well As Brooms. Martin Moylan. Minnesota Public Radio. March 29, 2016. 

Coming Home to Pot Roast. Brett Anderson. The New York Times. March 8, 2016.

Photos: Fathers and daughters bond at a special Valentine's Day dance. Minnesota Public Radio. February 15, 2016.

A Michael Brick Sampler. "The Coffee Was Poured With Negative Reinforcement." The New York Times. February 9, 2016.

Amanda Kessel, Top College Player Out of Action Since Sochi, Returns. Pat Borzi. The New York Times. February 6, 2016.

2015

Photos: Black Lives Matters Protesters Disrupt the Mall of America, Airport. Minnesota Public Radio. December 23, 2015.

Black Lives Matter Protesters are "Tired," "Hopeful" and "Ready." Photos and article by Angela Jimenez. The Marshall Project. December 3, 2015.

Photos: Thursday Protests Quieter, More Upbeat. Minnesota Public Radio. November 19, 2015.

Photos: Black Lives Matter Protesters Surround the 4th Precinct. Minnesota Public Radio. November 18, 2015.

Photos: Jamming for the Title of World's Best Derby Team. Minnesota Public Radio. November 10, 2015.

Legend of the Fall: Women's Roller Derby Champions Crash St. Paul. Sophia Nikitas. Minnesota Public Radio. November 5, 2015.

Photos: All-Star Rollergirls Prep for the Derby. Minnesota Public Radio. November 5, 2015.

In MN, A Quest for a Place to Say Goodbye to Terminally Ill Kids. Lorna Benson. Minnesota Public Radio. October 28, 2015. 

Racing the Clock While Scoffing at Time. Angela Jimenez. New York Times LENS Blog and Sports Section. August 13, 2015.

Minnesota’s Somali-Americans Urge New Treatment for Would-Be Terrorists. Mitch Smith. The New York Times. July 8, 2015.

For Mpls. couple, gay marriage ruling is a victory 43 years in the making. Tracy Mumford. Minnesota Public Radio. July 16, 2015.

The Same-Sex Couple Who Got a Marriage License in 1971. Erik Eckholm. The New York Times, A1. May 16, 2015.

The 1990 N.F.L. Draft Class: Some Thrive, Just As Many Struggle. Ken Belson. The New York Times. April 29, 2015.
Interactive feature: The Class of '90: Where Are They Now?

MOA to Drop Financial Claims Against Black Lives Matter Protestors. Riham Feshir. Minnesota Public Radio News. April 16, 2015.

Hard Labor. Simone Wechselbaum. The Marshall Project. April 15, 2015.

"Don't Look at the Guards": What It's Like to Give Birth in Prison. Simone Weichselbaum. via The Marshall Project. April 15, 2015.

Health Care Systems Try to Cut Costs by Aiding the Poor and the Troubled. Sabrina Tavernise. The New York Times, Science. March 22, 2015.

Drama, athleticism and fun -- it's tournament time. Photo series. Minnesota Public Radio News. March 6, 2016.

In Pond Hockey, No Reason to Have One Big Fish. Pat Borzi. The New York Times, Sport. February 6, 2015. (article & slideshow)

A Solo Spotlight for a Powerful Voice. Jon Pareles. The New York Times, Arts. January 23, 2015.

Stories of Catholic Marriage and DIvorce. Diantha Parker. The New York Times, National. January 24, 2015. (Interactive feature to accompany article As Vatican Revists Divorce, Many Catholics Long for Acceptance by Michael Paulson.)

Photos: Marchers #reclaimMLK, Minnesota Public Radio. January 19, 2015.

Sights and Sounds: MLK Day Marchers Say 'Black Lives Matter,' Minnesota Public Radio. January 20, 2015. (Video)

2014

Law Lets I.R.S. Seize Accounts on Suspicion, No Law Required, Shaila Dewan. The New York Times, National. A1 cover story. October 25, 2014.

Leaving a Sport in Better Shape: Derek Jeter and Bud Selig, in Matching Tenures, Made MLB Better. Tyler Kepner, Sports. The New York Times. July 15, 2014.

2013

Leading the Way. Photo essay with writer Jennifer Bleyer. The New York Times. Sunday Metropolitan section. June 23, 2013.

The Last Catholic High School for Boys Considering Priesthood. Audio slideshow. The Huffington Post. March 21, 2013.

2010

Racing Age. Newsweek.com. November 11, 2010. Portfolio of images from long-term project on masters/senior track & field athletes. Wrote introduction and captions for the stand-alone piece.

Ready for Life’s Encore Performances. The New York Times Sunday Styles Section, March 19, 2010. Story on fellowship for late-career professionals entering the public service sector.

Gotham City and the Rise of CrossFit. Social Workout. March 17, 2010. Photo essay and accompanying written post about the emerging discipline of CrossFit exercise for “A Thousand Words,” a recurring photo blog column for an urban fitness website.

In Fight for Influence, Special Council Election in Brooklyn Is Filled With Intensity. The New York Times, Metro Section. March 19, 2010. Coverage of NYC city council run-off election.

§“Back Together, and It Seems Like 1993” The New York Times Arts Section. March 9, 2010. Profile of performance by the band Harvey Milk.

§“The Trippy ’60s in a Guggenheim Time Machine” The New York Times Arts Section. March 6, 2010. Review of installation/performance by Animal Collective at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC.

§“A Scorpion From Iraq Trying to Sting in America” The New York Times Arts Section. February 24, 2010. Music Review of the Iraqi metal band Accrasicauda.

§Justice in the Making. Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice 2009 Annual Report. Multiple images from my work with one of the largest domestic and international funders of LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) activism in the world.

2009

§“Aqueduct Racetrack Still Awaits a Decision” The New York Times Metro Section. November 23, 2009. Considering the fate of the betting track in Queens.

§“Exploring Pier 40” Social Workout. November 17, 2009. Photo essay and accompanying written post about a public space in NYC for “A Thousand Words,” a recurring photo blog column for an urban fitness website.

A Day in the Life of Patricia Moreno. Social Workout. October 23, 2009. Photo essay and accompanying written post about the founder of Intensati for “A Thousand Words,” a recurring photo blog column for an urban fitness website.

§“Racing Age” Social Workout. October 6, 2009. Photo essay and accompanying written post about project on masters track & field athletes for “A Thousand Words,” a recurring photo blog column for an urban fitness website.

§“For Older Athletes, Drug Question Emerges” The New York Times National Section Front Page. August 18, 2009. Self-initiated project pitched with staff reporter John Leland. Photo series on masters (senior) track and field athletes and the related issues of drugs and health.

§Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival, self-published first photography book, a 120-page project about the worker community of one of the oldest and largest lesbian feminist gatherings in the world.  Scheduled for official release at the Festival this August, 2009.

§“Showcase: Women Celebrating Womyn” The New York Times LENS photojournalism blog. July 28, 2009. Profile on the Welcome Home project by Daniel J. Wakin and an accompanying photo essay of the work.

§“New York Rhythm: Viva la Variedad!” The New York Times Arts Section. July 23, 2009. Profile on the Latin music scene in NYC.

§“The Gowanus Canal” Canteen Magazine, Issue Four. March, 2009. Portfolio of ten images from the Gowanus Canal project.

§“Dance Floors for People With Day Jobs” The New York Times Arts Section. July 9, 2009. Places to dance on the weekend in NYC in the summer. 

§Justice in the Making. Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice 2008 Annual Report. Multiple images from my work with one of the largest domestic and international funders of LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) activism in the world.

§“My Sister’s Keeper” The New York Times, Sunday Styles section. February 1, 2009. Pitched and photographed story on the current state of the lesbian separatist womyn’s land movement in collaboration with Times staff writer Sarah Kershaw.

§“Womyn’s Land” The New York Times online. February 1, 2009. Photographed, recorded, and edited audio for multimedia piece (in conjunction with the printed article “My Sister’s Keeper”).

2008

§“Girltalk Has Its Limits” The New York Times, Thursday Styles section. September 11, 2008. Story on the psychological effects of co-rumination on girls.

§Communication Arts Magazine Photo Annual 49. August 2008. Five photo feature of my project on senior track & field athletes in the “For Sale” category

Listening Early for the Call of Christ. The New York Times, City section. June 29, 2008. Wrote and photographed self-initiated article and photo essay on the last existing day high school in the United States for boys considering the vocation of the Catholic priesthood.

§“No More Beating, No More Rape” Ourchart.com (the Showtime Network). April 29, 2008. Photographed, wrote, recorded and produced a self-initiated multimedia project on activists at the V to the Tenth, the 10th anniversary of Eve Ensler’s V Day feminist movement. New Orleans, Louisiana.

§“Sex and the (Desert) City” Ourchart.com (the Showtime Network). April 22, 2008. Photographed, wrote and produced self-initiated multimedia project on the Dinah Shore lesbian spring break weekend. Palm Springs, California.

§Justice in the Making. Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice 2007 Annual Report. Multiple images from my work with one of the largest domestic and international funders of LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) activism in the world.

2007

§“Setting the Beat, and the Style” The New York Times, Thursday Styles section. November 29, 2007. Portrait series on female DJs.

§“Melissa Ferrick: Making in the Eyes of Strangers” Velvetpark. Fall/Winter 2007. Wrote and photographed self-initiated article and photo essay on the arduous process of making a record as an indie artist. Boston and Philadelphia. Photographed, recorded, edited and produced self-initiated online multimedia project (in conjunction with printed story).

§“Roller Derby Across America” Velvetpark online. September 2007. Edited and produced multimedia project shot by multiple photographers on women’s roller derby culture in America.

§“Fire Kills 3, from 3 Generations, in a Crowded House in Brooklyn” The New York Times, Metro section. September 25, 2007. Coverage of a fatal fire affecting an extended Haitian immigrant family. Brooklyn.

§“I Had to Work” The New York Times, City section. September 16, 2007. Photo series on a teenage aspiring professional street wrestler.

§“Angst Amid the Artichokes” The New York Times, City section. September 16, 2007. Photo essay on teenage work culture at a neighborhood grocery store.

§“Spangles All Around” The New York Times, City section. May 13, 2007. Self-initiated photo essay (in collaboration with Times freelance writer Winter Miller) on the first same-sex ballroom competition in New York City.

§“Lead, Follow, Lead” The New York Times online. May 13, 2007. Photographed, recorded, edited and co-produced self-initiated multimedia project (in conjunction with printed story) on the first same-sex ballroom competition in New York City.

§“Spring Break for Lesbos with Diana Cage” Velvetpark online. May 1, 2007. Photographed, recorded and produced multimedia project with commentary by sex writer/radio host on the Dinah Shore lesbian spring break weekend. Palm Springs, California.

§“Daughters of the Dinah, Unbound” The New York Times, Sunday Styles section. April 1, 2007. Self-initiated photo story (in collaboration with Times staff writer Melena Ryzik) on the Dinah Shore lesbian spring break weekend. Palm Springs, California.

§State of World Population 2007: Unleashing the Potential of Urban Growth. The United Nations annual report. Photograph about women’s use of public transportation in Mumbai, India.

§“Looking for Luck in Winter’s Chill” The New York Times, City section. February 25, 2007. Self-initiated photo essay (in collaboration with Times contract writer Jennifer Bleyer) on the cold season hard-core gambling scene at the Aqueduct racetrack in Queens.

2006

§“Grateful for Each Breath, As Well as Life’s Other Wonders” The New York Times, Metro section. December 29, 2006. Neediest Cases fund profile on mother living with terminal illness. Brooklyn.

§“Gowns, Hair Spray and the Texas Dip: Debutante Season” The New York Times, Metro section. December 28, 2006. Story on New York City debutantes. Long Island.

§“College Student’s Killers Are Sentenced to Life in Prison” The New York Times, Metro section. December 12, 2006. Courthouse coverage of the Romona Moore murder trial. Brooklyn.

§“Ballistics Report is Guide to Police Killing” The New York Times, Metro section. December 8, 2006. Coverage of street protests held in response to the shooting death of Sean Bell by the NYPD. NYC

§“Mournin Sean Bell” The New York Times online. December 3, 2006. Self-initiated photo series on mourners wearing homemade memorial t-shirts at the funeral of Sean Bell, who was killed by the NYPD. Queens.

§“Police Shooting in Queens Reunites Circle of Common Loss” The New York Times, Metro section. December 2, 2006. Story on the pilgrimage of Margie Dorismond, whose son was killed by the NYPD, to the funeral of Sean Bell, also killed by the police. 

§“Police Defend Conduct During Borough Park Arrest and Protest” The New York Times, Metro section. December 6, 2006. Coverage of aftermath of anti-police riot in Hasidic section of Brooklyn.

§“Fatal Construction Accidents in the City Rise Sharply” The New York Times. November 22, 2006. Photos included in investigative story about the rising rate of trench collapse deaths in New York City.

§“Dancing Around the World” The Advocate. November 21, 2006. Image from self-initiated project on same-sex ballroom dancing as part of performer profile.

§“Boy with Lighter Started Fire, Officials Say” The New York Times, Metro section. September 12, 2006. Coverage of teenage boys’ death in an apartment fire in Coney Island. Brooklyn.

§“The First Day of School Means No More Mom” The New York Times, national edition front page stand-alone photo. September 6, 2006. Feature photo on the first day of school in Brooklyn.

§“Hot on Their Trail” The Advocate. August 15, 2006. Profile on performers Bitch and Daniela Sea.

§“Melissa Misdemeanor” Curve. July/August 2006. Profile on musician Melissa Ferrick.

§“The L Word: Legality” Brides. July/August 2006. Profile on a lesbian wedding.

§“Buried, Then Saved” The New York Times, Metro section. June 28, 2006. Spot news coverage of construction workers trapped in a trench collapse. 

§“Let the Games Begin” Velvetpark. Summer 2006. Wrote and photographed cover feature on athletes competing in the Gay Games. Chicago.

§“Cris Williamson: The Changer and the Changed” Velvetpark. Summer 2006. Wrote and photographed self-initiated story on the history of one of the most important independent women’s records ever made.

§“The Nine Lives of a Topless Bar” The New York Times, Metro section. May 31, 2006. Story on corrupt strip club in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

§“Jury Finds Man Guilty in Plot to Bomb the Subway” The New York Times, Metro section. May 25, 2006. Coverage of the trial of a Brooklyn man arrested in a terrorist case.

§“White Collar Boxers vs. A Long-Armed Rival” The New York Times, Metro section. April 7, 2006. Story on new regulations governing white-collar boxing. Brooklyn.

§“Centrifugal Force! It’s a Hoax!: A Night Out With Josh Hartnett” The New York Times, Style section. March 26, 2006. Story on actor and his crew of collaborators/friends. New York City.

§“Plentiful Crab Meat, a Gift From the Gulf” The New York Times, Dining section. March 22, 2006. Story on the chef at the Upperline restaurant. New Orleans, Louisiana.

§“Los Angeles Mayor Sees Bloomberg Reforms as Model” The New York Times, Metro section. March 21, 2006. Coverage of mayors visiting school in Brooklyn.

§“Worker in Brooklyn Dies as Wall Falls” The New York Times, Metro section. March 8, 2006. Spot news coverage of a construction worker killed in a trench collapse.

§“Mystery of a Man Gone 13 Years Ends in a Brooklyn Court” The New York Times, Metro section. April 18, 2006. Story on a woman uncovering truth about her brother’s murder by a neighbor.

§“Slices of a Southern Summer” The New York Times, Dining section. March 15, 2006. Story on the chef at the Upperline restaurant. New Orleans, Louisiana.

§“2 Officers Shot” The New York Times, Metro section. March 14, 2006. Coverage of Jonathan Julian, arrested in the shooting of two NYPD officers.

§“Rhapsody in Roux. A New Orleans Classic” The New York Times, Dining section. March 8, 2006. Story on the chef at the Upperline restaurant. New Orleans, Louisiana.

§“New Orleans Running Out of Options as It Scrambles for New Loans” The New York Times, National section. February 26, 2006. Portraits of New Orleans politicians at city hall. New Orleans, Louisiana.

§“Lieutenant Governor Makes Bid for Mayor of New Orleans” The New York Times, National section. February 23, 2006. Coverage of Mitch Landrieu’s public announcement of mayoral campaign. New Orleans, Louisiana.

§“At a Brooklyn Oasis, an Unusual Dry Spell” The New York Times, Metro section cover. February 16, 2006. Story about the history of Windsor Terrace watering hole closed for renovations. Brooklyn.

§“A Year After a Teenager was Dismembered, Still No Answer” The New York Times, Metro section. February 13, 2006. Story about mother on a mission to find who killed her son. Brooklyn.

§“Wunderkinder” Partituren. January/February 2006. Photo story on Julliard School of Music’s pre-college program for young musicians, done for German classical music magazine.

2005

§“After a Stroke, a Torturous Battle to Put Thoughts Into Words, and to Work Again” The New York Times, Metro section. December 16, 2006. Portrait of stroke victim in work rehabilitation program for Neediest Cases Fund story. New York City.

§“Another Step for Downtown Brooklyn Project” The New York Times, Metro section. December 16, 2005. Photos of condemned properties that are part a controversial downtown Brooklyn Ratner development project.

§“Football With Footprints” The New York Times, National section. December 5, 2005. Front-page weather feature upon first snowfall of the season. New York City.

§“Suspect’s History With Police Emerges At Hearing” The New York Times, Metro section. November 30, 2005. Coverage of Allan Cameron, arrested in shooting death of an NYPD officer. Brooklyn.

§“From the Trash, A Treasure Chest For the Creative” The New York Times, special Giving section. November 14, 2005. Story on non-profit art supply organization in Queens, New York.

§“A New Life, Fully Equipped, for a New Orleans Family of 16” The New York Times, National section, special Hurricane Katrina coverage. September 12, 2005. Self-initiated stand-alone photo package of the Nelsons, a Hurricane Katrina evacuee family relocating to Houston. Texas.

§“Saints Offer a Piece of Home For Fans Without One” The New York Times, Sports section. September 12, 2005. Story on New Orleans Hurricane Katrina evacuee football fans at the Reliant Center shelter. Houston, Texas.

§“The L Word: Through the Eyes of Ilene Chaiken” Velvet Park Magazine. Winter 2005. Portrait essay on the cast of Showtime’s The L Word lesbian television series. Vancouver, Canada.

§“Rising Anger over a Library Long Locked” The New York Times, City section. July 31, 2005. Story on protest over closed public library in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.

§“Racy Store, Ruffled Neighbors” The New York Times, City section. July 17, 2005. Story on new sex shop in Brooklyn neighborhood.

§“The Queen is Back. Now How About Her Kingdom?” The New York Times, Metro section. Three-photo package on revival of Miss Coney Island beauty pageant. Brooklyn.

§“Bangs and Booms on the 4th: Fireworks, the Illegal Kind, Don’t Disappear” The New York Times, Metro section. July 5, 2005. Coverage of illegal fireworks usage in Brooklyn, New York.

§“Ending Workfare as We Know It?” City Limits Magazine. July/August 2005. Photo series on mother of nine children who is part of an innovative welfare-to-work program. New York City.

§“Making Waves: The Women of Progressive Talk Radio” Velvet Park Magazine. 2005 Summer. Portrait essay on the powerful and influential women of public and leftist talk radio. New York City.

§“Go East, Young Man” The New York Times, City section. July 19, 2005. Story about young, urban artist pioneers reviving industrial neighborhood. Brooklyn, New York.

§“A Commerical Strip Gaining in Charm” The New York Times, Real Estate section. June 5, 2005. Story on diverse neighborhood of Courtelyou Road, Brooklyn.

§“Trying to Shut Off the Body’s Friendly Fire” The New York Times, special Women’s Health section. June 5, 2005. Story on support group for women with Lupus. Bronx, New York.

§“Ccncrete Cowboys” The New York Times, City section. June 5, 2005. Story on animal control workers in New York City.

§“Amid Claims of Rising Prostitution, Complaints, Followed by Arrests” The New York Times, City section. May 8, 2005. Story on red-light district of Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

§“AIDS Fighters Face a Resistant Form of Apathy” The New York Times, Metro section cover. April 5, 2005. Story on risky sexual behavior in the gay male bar culture in New York City.

2004

§“The Battle for Brooklyn” The New York Times, Real Estate section. December 19, 2004. Story on real estate industry in Brooklyn, New York.

§“An Immigrant Group in a Rush to Marry Young” The New York Times, National section. December 13, 2004. Front-page story on young Russian bridal customs. New York City.

§“A Free Ride for Women, by Women, Late at Night” The New York Times, Metro section. December 13, 2004. Story on free shuttle service for women in Williamsburg following string of local rapes. Brooklyn.

§“Underground Justice” City Limits Magazine. December 2004. Immigrant groups organize domestic violence groups to protect women in their communities. New York City.

§“The Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival” Velvet Park Magazine. Winter 2004. Documentary photo essay on the historic feminist music and cultural festival. Michigan.

§“Keep Your Eye on the Road (If You Can): A Flamboyant Performer Takes Her Act Outside” The New York Times, Metro section. November 6, 2004. Photo package and online slide show at nytimes.com for story about Candis Cayne, a transsexual woman performer.

§“Occupational Therapy” City Limits Magazine. November 2004. Job program at Bronx homeless shelter places welfare recipients in jobs. New York City.

§“From El Barrio to the Boonies: The Great Puerto Rican Exodus” City Limits Magazine. September/October 2004.  Photo essay cover story on the migration of New York City’s urban Latino population. Allentown, Pennsylvania.

§“There May Be Action, But There Won’t be on Wall Street” The Newark Star-Ledger. August 30, 2004. Coverage of the Republican National Convention protests, New York City.

§“No Man is a Crystal Meth User Unto Himself” The New York Times, Style section. August 29, 2004. Story on drug use among gay men in New York City.

§“Along With the Food, a Heaping Helping of Politicans” The New York Times, special New York 2004 RNC convention section. August 29, 2004. Story on Bridge Café, a political networking spot in old Lower Manhattan. New York City.

§“NJ Transit in sticky situation over protest signs” The Newark Star-Ledger. August 28, 2004. Coverage of the Republican National Convention protests, New York City.

§“A Clean Start” City Limits Magazine. July/August 2004. Photo series on the debate over clean needle distribution to heroin users in Brooklyn. Brooklyn, New York City.

§“Indie Designers Pin Hopes (And Clothes) on India Singers” The New York Times, Style section. July 25, 2004. Story on independent clothing designers and musicians. New York City.

§“The Israel Debate, to a Beat” The New York Times, Arts section. July 8, 2004. Coverage of Israeli/Arab/Hassidic hip-hop event. Brooklyn, New York City.

§“The Two Sides of Stonewall Raise Glasses on Common Ground” The New York Times, City section. June 27, 2004. Story about the meeting of police officers and gay men who clashed at the historic Stonewall Inn in 35 years ago, sparking the gay rights movement. New York City.

§“Will You Adopt Me?: The Marketing of Marisol- and Thousands of Other Teens in Foster Care” City Limits Magazine. June 2004. Photo essay cover story on a controversial campaign to get teens in foster care adopted permanently. New York City.

§“Police link CD player to slain N.J. woman” The Newark Star-Ledger. May 29, 2004. Coverage of massive police search for evidence in murder of woman in Inwood Park. New York City. 

§“What’s Hate Got to Do With it?: Inside the new ethnic turf wars.” City Limits Magazine. May 2004. Portrait series on the diverse victims of interracial hate crimes. New York City.

§“Big Retailers Have Designs on a Home in Brooklyn” The New York Times, Metro section. April 28, 2004. Coverage of public meeting of residents from Red Hook and Ikea representatives regarding plans to build local store. Brooklyn, New York.

§“Against Abortion but in Favor of Choice” The New York Times, National section. April 26, 2004. Story about group of Mexican immigrant women traveling to Washington D.C. to march in the March for Women’s Rights reproductive rights protest. New York City and Washington D.C.

§“As Violence Escalates, Some Changes of Heart on War” The New York Times, National section. April 8, 2004. Story on public opinion regarding war in Iraq. New York City.

§“Psychiatric Wards” City Limits Magazine. April 2004. Photo series on unregulated homes for the adult mentally ill in Far Rockaway, Queens. New York City.

§“Learning to Walk in Size 17 Pumps” The New York Times, Metro section cover. March 24, 2004. Six photo package on men’s cross-dressing service in Staten Island. Accompanied by online multimedia package, with my interview with subject, on nytimes.com. New York City.

§“A Welcome Into the Fire Department” The New York Times, Metro section. March 9, 2004. Coverage of Fire Department graduation. New York City.

§“Kicking the Habit” City Limits Magazine. March 2004. Report on one drug rehabilitation program’s efforts to keep mothers united with their children. The Bronx, New York City.

§“The Romance Issue” Curve Magazine. February 2004. Photo series on lesbian couples to illustrate issue about love and romance. New York City.

§“Dominicans to Send Votes Home” City Limits Magazine. February 2004. Report on the absentee voting in New York City in the Dominican Republic’s election. The Bronx, New York City.

2003

§“The Sport of Kings: International Drag King Extravaganza” Velvetpark. Spring 2003. Documentary photo essay on the subculture of lesbian and transgendered drag kings. Columbus, Ohio.

§“The 2002 Gay Games” Velvetpark. Spring 2003. Self-initiated photo package on the Gay Games. Syndey, Australia.

§“9/11 Commission Begins Hearings” The Newark Star-Ledger. April 1, 2003. Covered first public hearing of the commission looking into the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks. New York City.

§“A ray of sun for a site of tears” The Newark Star-Ledger. February 28, 2003. Coverage of the public announcement of Daniel Libeskind’s winning design proposal for Ground Zero redevelopment. New York City.

2002

§“Christmas is a Lonely Day For an Immigrant Laborer” The New York Times, Metro section. December 26, 2003. Story on Latino laborers celebrating Christmas far from home. Mamaroneck, New York.

§“Diverse plans focus on vital transit hub” The Newark Star-Ledger. December 19, 2002. Story on redevelopment plans for Ground Zero.

§“High hopes replace high-rises” The Newark Star-Ledger. July 23, 2002. Photo series on redevelopment in the downtrodden Central Ward. Newark, New Jersey.

§“WTC plans don’t stack up, many say” The Newark Star-Ledger. July 21, 2002. Coverage of public forum on plans for Ground Zero redevelopment. New York City.

§“Extraordinary acts of ordinary folks” The Newark Star-Ledger. June 12, 2002. Coverage of NJ/NY 9-11 Port Authority memorial ceremony. New York City.

§“What the Revolution Was For” Newsweek. May 13, 2002. Coverage of Cory Booker’s losing mayoral campaign against incumbent Sharpe James. Newark, New Jersey.

§Coverage of Cory Booker’s losing mayoral campaign against incumbent Sharpe James. The Newark Star-Ledger. Newark, New Jersey.

“Next Stop on Booker’s Itinerary: 2006” May 16, 2002.

“Booker’s loss does little to diminish his potential” May 15, 2002. 

“Challenging Newark’s Mayor” April 7, 2002.

“Debating Newark’s Future” May 9, 2002.

Candidate pictures himself as mayor” April 28, 2002.

§“Clinic tests cleanup workers’ health” The Newark Star-Ledger. January 18, 2002. Story of health impacts on WTC Ground Zero workers. New York City.

§“Enduring blanket of grief” The Newark Star-Ledger. January 11, 2002. Story on WTC memorial site at St. Paul’s Chapel near Ground Zero. New York City.

2001

§“Anti-war protestors march in Newark” The Newark Star-Ledger. December 16, 2001.

§“A holiday rain of metal and fire” The Newark Star-Ledger. November 13, 2001. Coverage of the crash of American Airlines flight 587 in Belle Harbor, Rockaway Beach. Queens, New York.

§“The People’s Tribute” The Newark Star-Ledger. November 2, 2001. Cover story photo package on the first spontaneous 9-11 memorial for uniformed terrorist attack victims. New York City.

§“The Women of Ground Zero” The Newark Star-Ledger. October 25, 2001. Portrait series on women who volunteered at Ground Zero as rescuers and laborers. New York City.

§“America’s Response: Tending the Rescue Workers” The Newark Star-Ledger. September 29, 2001. Story on services and facilities set up for 9-11 Ground Zero workers. New York City.

§“Site Seers” The Newark Star-Ledger. September 28, 2001. Photo story on the explosion of the September 11th terrorist attack- related tourism. New York City. 

§“Terror Beyond Belief” The Newark Star-Ledger. September 11, 2001. Contributed to coverage of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks. New York City.

§“‘I wish we could have her back’: An Inside Look at One Family’s Tragedy” The Arizona Republic. July 22, 2001. Documentary photo essay with story on a two-year-old swimming pool drowning victim.

§“Burning With Desire” The Arizona Republic. June 11, 2001. Self-initiated collaboration with writer on story about the Phoenix Firefighter Training Academy’s promotional program for women.

§“’This is Not a Ghetto’” The Arizona Republic. April 14, 2001. Portrait essay on residents of city’s largest public housing protest who are opposed to government plans to tear it down. Phoenix.

§“Saving Van Buren” The Arizona Republic. January 19, 2001. Story about a plan to revitalize the city’s red-light district. Phoenix.

§“Everything Came Up Roses” The Arizona Republic. January 3, 2001. Documentary story on the Gilbert Mormon high school marching band’s trip to the Rose Bowl parade. Gilbert and Pasadena, California.

2000

§“Valley Failing To Save Water” The Arizona Republic. December 15, 2000. Photo series for story on drought and water usage in Phoenix.

§“Back to School” Alternative Family Magazine. September/October 2000. Photo story and written story about discrimination against children of gay parents in American schools. Phoenix, Arizona and San Francisco, California.

§“Paying the Price of a Life on the Run” The Cleveland Plain Dealer. September 17, 2000. Front page portrait for story on Howard Mechanic, a Vietnam War protestor who revealed his secret life in hiding since a cherry-bomb throwing conviction in 1970 while running for public office.

§“Natalie’s Farm” Transgender Tapestry Magazine. Fall 2000. Documentary photo essay and written interview about Phil “Natalie” Powell, a transvestite organic farmer. Columbia, Missouri.

§“Five Years After Beijing: Looking Toward the Future for Women” Peace & Freedom, the magazine of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Spring 2000. Cover photo and photo series from women’s community center in Ecuador and schools in Costa Rica for article about education for girls.

1999

§“Giving the Vatican the Boot” Ms. Magazine. October/November 1999. Photo series from the United Nations session on population and development 5 year review for article about the campaign to remove the Vatican’s Holy See from the UN as a nonmember state permanent observer. New York City.

§“How to Haul a Revolution Up a Cliff” Hues Magazine. March/April 1999. Photo with article about a female rock-climber. Sam’s Throne, Arkansas.

1998

§“Making it Out Alive” The Columbia-Missourian. August 16, 1998.  Documentary photo essay for story about a young man just arrived in town from prison. Columbia, Missouri.