This photo, taken in Bethnal Green, England, was chosen by Magnum Photographer Martin Parr as the overall winner in TimeOut London's Inaugural Photography Competition. Parr chose this image from more than 12,000 entries to be included in the Strange and Familiar exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery in London running from March-June 2016.
Rebecca Martin, shot on assignment for The New York Times, lifelong goal #1 - achieved. It turned out to be my most difficult assignment to date.
It was an honor to have my photo of One World Trade Center chosen by CNN as one of the images to represent 100 years of New York City from above.
An example of technical writing for a B&H Photo email advertising campaign, with a readership of over 5 million. No pressure here...
Ad copy "blurbs" for another B&H Photo email campaign. The goal here is to succinctly and enticingly cover a product in less than 150 words.
This is part 1 of an ad campaign pitch that I worked on with Ty Saunders, graphic design extraordinaire.
Part 2 of the ad campaign pitch.
I've never been to Turks and Caicos, but this article I wrote for Mediashelf might have you believe otherwise.
A band profile and photos that I produced for Groove Magazine in Seoul, South Korea, which surprisingly has a thriving ska/reggae scene.
A band profile and photos produced for Groove Magazine in Seoul, South Korea. This band's name, "No. 1 Korean" displays their humble attitude.
Cinco de Drinko - an amazing fashion editorial I worked on with I Like What You're Wearing about casually drinking at the workplace.
Dick Ebersol and Tom Brokaw, shot on assignment for the Associated Press, lifelong goal #2 - achieved.
Only the black smoke in this image is mine, and that simple photo of smoke has been used more often, and made me more money than any photo I've ever taken. Go figure.
This photo of a bicyclist in a NYC bike lane has been used everywhere from AARP advertisements to the Huffington Post.
I wrote this article for Mediashelf, displaying my uncanny ability to pull fashion trends out of thin air.
My photo of the man who almost got the Beatles back together, however his offer of $3,200 proved to be too meager.
National Public Radio, Colin Powell, and The Associated Press. Possibly my most American tear sheet yet.
The publication of this photo led to an angry phone call from the Olsen Twins' manager. She said the twins were "very upset" with me because they didn't look good in this photo. I told her I was flattered that they knew who I was.
A rare glimpse of actress Kristen Wiig smiling.
I normally loathe jumping shots, but this one landed on the cover of a magazine in Busan, South Korea, so I guess it's ok.