All posts filed under: Travel

Chicago – City of the Big Shoulders

My father had a beautiful Telefunken radio that sat atop his dresser in our house in Alabama. Soon after I discovered rock ‘n roll (immeasurably enhanced because of that radio) I discovered WLS, the great rock station beaming strong out of Chicago. Though I have […]

London 2013

Ten way-too-short days in Europe in late August only makes me want to go back as soon as possible. Nothing I say can do justice to the feeling I get observing life in other cultures; still, I am forever grateful to have photography by my […]


My first day in Las Vegas for the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) started at dawn. My view of the strip from The Palms was a graphic reminder that Vegas has a skyline that from a distance looks like any densely packed, urban center but […]


In Haiti,┬áchaos is┬ádeeply woven into the fabric of life. From the challenge of navigating the turmoil at the airport to weaving our way through the heat, noise, dirt and traffic on the narrow roads, my introduction to this fragile place was a needed jolt of […]


Tucked away in the heart of Rome, Via Marghutta runs parallel to the Via Babuino, one of Rome’s shopping meccas. The charming and oh-so-discreet lane was made famous in 1953’s Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Only blocks away from the Spanish Steps, […]

Broadway, LA style

Fredi Reiher and I stood outside Clifton’s Brookdale Cafeteria on Broadway in the heart of old Los Angeles in November 2006. We were patiently waiting, through most of the day, for people to agree to be photographed for my OneShot project. Clifton’s facade is a […]


My first visit to Europe was in 1972; 13 weeks from London to Barcelona, to Paris, to Hamburg, to Malmo and Paris again, then off to Israel and Greece. But no Italy. Fast forward to 2010 and I finally made it to Rome. Here’s the […]