Families and their structures, racial and social inequality, isolation of individuals in pubic environments, lost objects, medicine and science, children and their worlds
U.S., Africa, Caribbean, Latin America.
I am a Pulitzer Prize-winning former reporter and editor for The Washington Post and Newsday, and started photographing as a young teenager. I covered the historic March on Washington for a weekly newspaper the week after I turned 17, and haven't stopped shooting since.
I taught documentary photography at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2001 to 2018, and have also taught at the Harvard University Extension School, the Maine Media Workshops, and I teach online, one-on-one, documentary photography workshops.
I am the author of 10 books on medically related subjects. My photography has appeared in, among other publications, The Boston Globe, The St. Louis Post Dispatch, The Baltimore Sun, Newsday, the New England Journal of Medicine, the Christian Science Monitor, and Time Magazine. Some 30 images from my ongoing subway project are included in the permanent collection of the Boston Public Library.