Chicago editorial and commercial photographer with ten years experience, including five years at a metropolitan newspaper in the Midwest.
My work has appeared in The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Associated Press, Newsweek and The Saturday Evening Post, among others. I’ve worked professionally in several countries outside of North America, including Afghanistan, India, Scotland and France.
Omaha Heart's Ashley Lambrecht, at center, dances with teammates including, from left, SarahJane Thompson, Linsey Noble, Morgan Anderson, Lindsay Burnham, Shawnte' Bunting and Kelsey Lane, before the team's opening game against the Atlanta Steam in Gwinnett, Ga., on Saturday, April 13, 2013. The Heart lost 42-6.
The Legends Football League players dedicate exhaustive effort, months of their time and thousands of dollars to a sport with little reward, to a league that takes more than it gives. Many players hope that one day the league won’t be about the sex appeal but instead a showcase for female athleticism.
A calf escapes the rope of Paul Kenner as he and a crew of close to 70 workers corral and brand young calves at the Burdick Ranch south of Wood Lake, Neb., on April 21, 2012. Branding relies heavily on the ranching community. “We run a thousand cows,” rancher Ben Burdick said. “If you didn’t have help, you couldn’t operate.”
An Afghan boy waits to receive food, including flour, sugar, cooking oil and tea, during a humanitarian assistance mission in which Bravo Company, from the 1-134th Cavalry Squadron of the Nebraska National Guard, works with Afghan National Police to hand out food. After nearly three decades of war, Afghanistan is thought to be one of the most dangerous places for children, and its 30 million citizens must depend heavily on foreign aid daily.