Reportage

A collection of images from the various photo essays within the Reportage section as well as a variety of single images.

Completion and Installation of Park Avenue \'No Limit\' Sculptures created by artist Alexandre Arrechea and fabricated by Joshua Young of Serett Metal.

This images in this gallery were shot in sequence at Gowanus Ballroom in Brooklyn on 4th November 2012, six days after Hurricane Sandy hit NYC.

Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast on Monday 29th October 2012. This images in this gallery are from the day of the hurricane and the day immediately following it.

This images in this gallery were shot in sequence on 31st October 2012, two days after Hurricane Sandy hit NYC.

This images in this gallery were shot in sequence at The Rockaways on 22nd November 2012, twenty five days after Hurricane Sandy hit NYC.

Improv Everywhere is a NYC based prank collective that was started by Charlie Todd in August 2001. The first No Pants Subway Ride was held in NYC in 2002 with seven participants. Over 4,000 people showed up for the NYC Ride in 2012.

StonesFest came back to NYC to raise money over the course of two nights at Bowery Ballroom for Sweet Relief, a charity dedicated to providing financial assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems.

The Calling is a remarkable site specific fire performance created by Flambeaux Fire LLC that happened inside Gowanus Ballroom at the same time that Amanda Palmer\'s Kickstarter campaign wrap party was going on outside in the parking lot on 31st May 2012. It kicked serious ass and the audience loved it. The Calling tells the story of a young witch who yearns to connect to a land that calls us all in our dreams. Tonight her rituals work and a spirit guide of fire arrives to take her through to that magical realm. Led by fire and instinct through a landscape of post-apocalyptic beauty, she meets the powerful gods and goddesses who are the inhabitants of the realm in their different environments. She realizes something is amiss and pursues a quest to put each back into their rightful place. Flambeaux Fire LLC was founded in 2009 by renowned Scottish-born fire performer Flambeaux and his wife, artist Abby Hertz, to produce spectacular fire performances that incorporate circus and aerial arts in a theatrical context. Performers in The Calling include Flambeaux, Abby Hertz, Masae Satouchi, Ali Luminescent and Claire deLuxe (of Project Runway fame), Christine Geiger, Fayzah Fire, Shane Ravenbane, Jimmy Joe and Serafina. The sculptors who contribute art are Adrian Landon, Sequoyah Auno, Damien Vera and of course, Flambeaux Fire.

This is an ongoing Photo Essay that I will continue to pursue whilst I live in New York City.

This is an ongoing photo essay. I live in Little Italy and shoot this festival every year as it\'s an integral part of the neighborhood.

This photo essay was shot over 2 weeks at Lanna Muay Thai Boxing Camp in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Westerners travel from all over the world to train in this intense martial art under grueling conditions.

This photo essay was shot over 4 weeks at the Tent Embassy established in Victoria Park by Isabel Coe and Kevin Buzzacott as a Land Rights protest and to create a visible Aboriginal presence in the centre of Sydney during the 2000 Olympics.

I received a phone call one morning from my friend Brett asking me if I wanted to come and photograph the birth of his child later that day as his girlfriend Angela had just gone into labour. I was surprised as it was the kind of conversation I would have expected to have before the day of birth, but agreed to come down to the hospital later. When I arrived, Angela was still in labour but began to give birth to baby Juna about 15 minutes later.

This photo essay was shot over 3 days in Sydney. Circus Oz was founded in 1978 and is now Australia\'s premier internationally touring circus. They were one of the very first circuses without animals and predate Cirque du Soleil by about six years.

Photo Essay shot over 15 hours. Nicola & Eran were great friends of mine who really looked after me when I first moved to NYC. It was my pleasure to take pictures at their wedding.

This photo essay was shot over 2 days at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). This is one of the worlds leading sports training institutions based on a 66.0 hectare campus in Canberra, the capital of Australia.

Photo essay shot over 2 weeks. The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional, EZLN) is a revolutionary leftist group based in Chiapas, the southernmost state of Mexico.