Archive For The “Photo Essays” Category
Images from travel in eastern India researching a book on Christian Mission Hospital pioneers Dr. Viru Henry and Nancy Lott.
A sampling of images from a press tour sponsored by the Jordan Tourism Board introducing the many cultural, historic and religious sites in Jordan and included meetings with the country’s civic and religious leaders.
I was honored to attend the International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC, in July 2012 as a photographer for the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance. Their pre-conference event, Faith and AIDS, brought together interfaith leaders from around the world who are working to prevent the spread of HIV and cause positive change for those living with HIV and…
In the mid-2000s I embarked on a project to create “come as you are” portraits of friends and acquaintances using an 8×10 inch view camera on B&W film.
Documenting the Darkwood Brew online-interactive faith service February 27, 2011. The weekly service originates from the Common Grounds Coffee Shop at Countryside Community UCC in Omaha, Neb.
In February 2011 I accompanied members of Avon Lake (Ohio) United Church of Christ as they traveled to India to visit missionary doctors who have historic ties to the church.
United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) visit to Israel and Palestine in conjunction with Global Ministries, the foreign mission agency shared by the two denominations.
Images taken on assignment for DisciplesWorld Magazine in New Orleans December 3-5, 2007 – two years after the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina.
When thinking of the homeless in America we rarely envision entire families who, for various reasons, have fallen on hard times and are unable to afford housing. A day-in-the-life photo essay taken March 27, 2007.