"For me the noise of time is not sad: I love clocks, watches - and I recall that at first photographic implements were related to techniques of cabinetmaking and the machinery of precision: cameras in short were clocks for seeing..."

                                                            - Roland Barthes

Beyond the Wall in Dheisheh Camp: From Local to Transnational Image-Making, an article in the Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Journal, is here. 

 

Nakba Day: The Ephemera of Martyrdom an article about the intersection of art and politics amid the dueling narratives of Israel and Palestine is here.

A PDF of this article may be downloaded here. This article has been edited and amended. Retitled Catastrophe or Independence: Dueling Narratives and Visual Ephemera in Palestine, it is currently under review at the Journal of Human Rights Practice.  

 

A book chapter from The Landscape of 9/11: A Photographer's Journey may be downloaded as a PDF here. The chapter, Bearing Witness: Memorial Murals in Belfast and Bethlehem, is primarily about the practice of documentation. 

 

 

Photographs are available for viewing on my Flickr Photostream. Additional video may be viewed on my YouTube Channel.