I photographed police surveillance cameras in the French Quarter of New Orleans for a story about the NOPD's controversial plan to install more than 1500 cameras throughout the city.
I made some pictures down the bayou for an NPR story that illuminates a hard question that the state of Louisiana has encountered when it comes to its eroding coastline -- if state and local governments can no longer protect coastal communities from flooding, then how to actually help them relocate?
I rambled through Winston County, Alabama near the end of the state's Senate race for a New York Times piece about Southern identity, conservative politics, and Roy Moore.
NYT: Roy Moore's Alabama
Winston County once opposed secession but now enthusiastically supports Donald Trump. What does that tell us about Roy Moore’s chances?
One of my pictures of the SASOL plant that is swallowing the tiny town of Mossville, Louisiana was used to open "The Year Ahead", a feature in last week's issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. For more, check out the story I photographed for The Intercept: ERASING MOSSVILLE.
I followed US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos for two days as she toured schools in Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri for a feature story that appears in the November/December issue of POLITICO Magazine.
POLITICO: The Education of Betsy DeVos