"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..."
My most recent publication, Speaking Graffiti: Imaging Human Rights from Belfast to the West Bank is here. This article in the Humanity and Society Journal is a collaboration with my colleague at the University of Northern Iowa, Evan Renfro.
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.
Some of my digital video work samples are here, including my recent work-in-progress The Other Side of the Mountain.
Some of my current and past student's work samples are here. Showcases of this work are organized here.
The Other Side of the Mountain is a work-in-progress. There are a few edits to tighten up, temporary graphics that need to be replaced and an audio mix in the future. Permissions and licenses have been obtained for any stock media that is not public domain.