I'm a photographer currently based in New Hampshire. I graduated from New England School of Photography with Honors in Visual Journalism; also a minor in Documentary Photography. Some of the work I have produced has appeared in (either online or in print), New York Times, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Mother Jones, NY Daily News, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal, among others.
Covering NH Primary 2016.
Available for assignment in New England and worldwide.
At an Alotenango garbage dump located outside of Antigua, Guatemala, families struggle to make a living rummaging through the dump daily for resalable items. The families work long hours, usually from dawn until dusk. A few makeshift homes and a tent area for shade are set up for shelter.
In April of 2011, the southeast of the United States suffered record amounts of tornadoes and the damage that came along with them. Ringgold, Georgia Suffered a EF-4 tornado, ravaging the town and killing 8 people. It brought the town and it's people to a hault.
In 2009, shortly after the economic collapse, Mike Barber lost his 6-figure job with 50 other people during a conference call. Hundreds of applications filled out and untold amount of interviews, the balance of maintaining an independent life and searching for work left Mike working part-time for a livery service and searching for full-time work at his parents and the library, where he could access the internet.