US actor Bill Cosby appears in front of the media after he arrived home following the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s ruling throwing out Cosby’s sexual assault conviction which is expected to result in his release from prison in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, USA, 30 June 2021. Cosby has already served more than two years in prison following his conviction for assaulting Andrea Constand.
Category Archives: on Assignment
On Photographing Every Day Life’s Normal
As a photographer most of the time my lens is focussed on official gatherings. Typically I document press conferences, people addressing a crowd, rallies, arts culture and sports events, and so on. These events often appear to be designed to maximize the visual power of the moments. But with a certain level of choreography comes prediction and they often lack mundane spontaneity that one typically find when photographing Every Day Life in the public arena. Before our lockdown, part of my job is to travel to andContinue reading “On Photographing Every Day Life’s Normal”
Yesterday I woke up to find out one of my pics from my recent BLM protest images made it to Flickr’s Explore front page..
Selections of the best images produced on assignment or for stock from the month
IG OF THE DAY (December 7, 2019)
IG OF THE DAY (September 24, 2019)
Six Philadelphia cops shot in drug raid (for Reuters)
Portrait of a blind powerlifter (for The Inquirer)
Philly Free Streets (for WHYY)
Vision Thru Art class offers creative and social outlet to vision-impaired (via NewsWorks)
You can’t do anymore of the things you did. You have to learn to feel what you once saw.
— Betsy Clayton, a Vision Thru Art student