I started photographing for the AP in Chicago in 1984.26 years of work as a photographer has taken me to 53 countries.
I also was employed by Channel 4, Telemundo and The Hillary Rodham Clinton Foundation in the USA.I was a Press photographer for The Chicago Immigration and Naturalisation Office and The Christian Children's Fund in Haiti.
I started at Agency Sygma in Paris and Agency Gamma in 2000 in Paris and I was a staff photographer for Corbis in London.
There is a very small portion of my work here.I am building a new website finally.Not finished yet, slowly working on it.
My photographic inspirations are first and foremost Robert Capa " If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough".Twins Peter and David Turnley, Luc Delahaye, Don McCullen, loved Bang Bang Club, Susan Meiselas, Heidi Bradner who did a great job covering Chechnya and Mary Ellen Mark.Favorite female camera woman, Margaret Gipsy Moth who covered Bosnia fearlessly.
I really enjoy working independently and choosing assignments now as a photographer.Working on several photography books, 2 shows coming up in Athens and Hong Kong at the moment.Enjoy documentary film-making and blogging.Available for assignments please email me.
Protesters are demanding British Government take action against Mr. Altaf Hussain the founder and leader of the Muttahida Quami Movement. The protesters also want action taken against the election Commission of Pakistan for its gross incompetence.
Over 100 Malay protest in front of Downing Street. The Bersih movement, the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections, or Bersih, meaning clean in Malay, claims that the ruling party is corrupt and the elections are and unfair.
Azerbaijanis protest the rising influence of Iran in their home country in front of Downing Street in London.
Protesters are demanding the British Government take action against Mr. Altaf Hussain, the founder and leader of the Muttahida Quami Movement. They also want action taken against the election commission of Pakistan for its alleged gross incompetence.
Over 100 supporters of the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign and other Palestinian groups protested the 65 th year of what they call the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, which began in 1948 when over 750,000 Palestinians were driven away.
Thousands marched through central London to call for an end to the current government's attempts to privatize the Nation Health Service.
Thousands of members of the UK Bangladeshi community celebrated Boishakhi Mela (Bangla New Year) in Victoria Park, enjoying live music, food and dancing.
There were thousands of Bengali in Victoria Park enjoying live music, food and lots of celebrations and dancing.