Monthly Archives July 2011

Congrats to Awais Inayat of Pakistan, who won a Lowepro ProRunner x450 camera bag valued at $429.99. You are the People’s Choice! Awais is from Rawalpindi, which is a neighbor of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. I’m so glad to have supporters from all over the world, like you, Awais! Here’s Awais’ statement for his […]

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Unemployed Coal Miner

An unemployed coal miner smoking a cigarette in front of his home in the west coast of Tasmania, which is often referred to as the “Wild West.” Tasmania is one of the highlights of my photography career. I was honored to be part of a group of 17 internationally renowned photographers Adobe sent to the […]

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The Howrah Railway Station in Calcutta is one of the busiest railway stations in the world. I am a globetrotter at heart and have always had a passion for learning about various cultures and people. Still, even a chest full of boundless optimism doesn’t stop me from the occasional “I wish I were back in […]

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Skip Cohen has been one of the most profound influences on my career. He’s been a mentor, a friend and an ardent supporter of my work ever since our first phone conversation. During that phone call, he informed me that I had won the Hy Sheanin scholarship, an incredibly generous scholarship from WPPI to attend […]

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It’s been an exciting 3 weeks since I kicked off my Lowepro-Catherine Hall Studios Self-Portrait Contest. Partnering with Lowepro, I wanted to find the most inspired photographic interpretation of your likeness and character. Your response to the contest has far exceeded my expectations. I’ve had a ball tracking your entries in and like many of […]

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