photographs

documentary work

Bends in an Arc

Funnel Cakes, Pmurt, Winchester, Virginia. August, 2020. Have you tried to keep track of one wavelet moving across a lake’s rippling surface? We are less than one hundred days away from the U.S. presidential election. This will be the fifth one in ...
Studying while the elders meet.

Photographing two friends on Susuni Mountain

Studying, while her elders have a meeting about FGC, Susuni village, near Tarime, Tanzania. July, 2018. The two young women in the photograph, What Was Ours, were still at school. Here, one of them continued doing her homework while her community elders ...

Photographing the Cutting Trees

While photographing the cutting trees near Mundemu, TZ, August, 2017. Sarah Mwaga took me to visit a team of AFNET (Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Network) educators and facilitators in Mundemu. As we talked about how they were sensitizing their ...
Atanassi Nyoho, an Elder of the Wachari Clan, Tarime, during discussions about FGC and permission to access the sacred site on Susuni Mountain, in Tarime, Tanzania, 2018.

Seeking Permission

Atanassi Nyoho, an Elder of the Wachari Clan, Tarime, during discussions about FGC and permission to access the sacred site on Susuni Mountain, in Tarime, Tanzania, 2018. Mr. Nyoho was one of four clan elders with whom we spent the better part of a day ...

The Taste of War

Jada Yuan, in writing for the NYT about conflict photographers, highlights the tight community of journalists that the late Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros were a part of. The accompanying spread includes moving portraits by Christopher Anderson, and ...

Wolf Böwig

Wolf Böwig, from his book with text by Pedro Rosa Mendes, ‘shadows, dreams, shapes: the lulik reality’ Conflict photographer Wolf Böwig spent the last three days in Sewanee. Wolf: your visit has energized many people here – thank you!! ...