Probably the high point of my short career as a photojournalist. It was 14 May 2004; Gadaffi was in Bamako for a summit meeting. I spent all day at the airport, one president after another to be photographed. I left my hat at home, and being out on the tarmac most of the time got a very burned head. I think this one went on the cover of Jeune Afrique.
(This picture is held by AFP – click here to visit their site.)
A slideshow of photographs taken on a trip through KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in 2008, while wildfires were burning elsewhere.
I took these photographs in 1994, in Gonja, up a mountain in Tanzania. But I didn’t begin to print them until 1999.
Thirty photographs taken in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2008, and collected into a photobook this year. Click here to see them.
I’ve been taking photographs with intent since 1987, and making films and videos since 1996, and I think a lot of them are still worth seeing. I’ll be putting them up here little by little, so come back or sign up to the RSS feed to see more old faves.