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Jazz Photographer in New Orleans...
Most of my personal work lately has been photographing the jazz music scene and
documenting the disappearing historic landscape of old architecture, vintage signs, old
water towers, cemeteries and other points of interest in New York City, Los Angeles and
across the South primarily in my hometown of New Orleans - a collection of images that
embody both a sense of romance and nostalgia. My work is in public and private
collections, among them the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans and the
Louisiana State Museum, and my photographs have appeared in The New York Times,
Rolling Stone, Vogue, New York Post, US Weekly, USA Today, Elle, MTV, VH-1, New York
Magazine, JazzTimes, DownBeat, Where New Orleans and many others. Also I'm a member
of IATSE Local 600 (International Cinematographers Guild) and work as a stills
photographer in the motion picture and television industry - I was the unit photographer
for HBO’s season two finale of “True Blood” and HBO’s pilot “Treme” by David Simon here
in New Orleans, along with Season 1 and 2 of TNT's Memphis Beat and most recently
A+E's Breakout Kings. I'm represented internationally by Getty Images and
WireImage.com, and European PressPhoto Agency; and a member of The National Academy
of Recording Arts & Sciences and Jazz Journalists Association.