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Mississippi burning

I spent this past week with NYC-based reporter Keith Griffith digging into the whys and hows of Mississippi’s denial of Medicaid expansion. Mississippi leads the nation in a number of bad-health indicators, including the top slot for amputations. It’s hard to understand how leaving thousands uninsured makes sense anywhere, but particularly here.

Recent work for KUOW/NPR

On assignment: new project, new client

Can’t get into much detail on this one yet, or any detail at all really, just that I haven’t been this interested in a project for some time.

Misty Upham, for The Guardian

This is a sad, powerful story, written by my friend Kristen Young.

Pasco shooting, for Seattle Met





Death Cab for Cutie, for the LA Times

Metablog

The photography aficionado site Picsart recently featured an interview with me about my Racers series.

Grandfamilies in Arizona, for MCF

I just got back from Phoenix where I spent most of last week hanging out with ‘grandfamiles’: families where children are being raised by their grandparents. Story, photos and video to come…

Pelle Larsen, for Dagbladet Børsen (Denmark)

Seems like everything I do these days is in some way related to Microsoft. I suppose that makes sense, considering where I live. This was a portrait shoot for the leading Danish financial publication Dagbladet Børsen- Pelle Larsen is a globe trotting Microsoft exec based in Singapore.

‘Impatient Optimist’, for the Gates Foundation

I I was at the Foundation recently to cover the unveiling of “Impatient Optimist” by American artist Janet Echelman. Very impressive piece I must say. The colors change to match sunrises happening around the world in real time.