Earlier today, I walked the Perimeter Trail in Greenbelt National Park and was struck by the extensive damage both along the trail and in the interior of the park.
Goodbye, Pandemic Ed
As the pandemic hit the East Coast, my barber shop closed. At the same time, people began to improvise masks. I vowed not to cut my hair again until an efficacious vaccine was running through Dr. Fauci’s and my veins. I was able to amuse myself in many ways, among them my "art project": creating a monthly “Hair and Mask Update” on social media.
Transitions: The Transfer of Power in Our Nation’s Capital
I conceived of this photo essay in October 2020 before the presidential election. My goal was to record either how our nation’s capital handled the transition from one administration to another or how Washingtonians would react to the prospect of living four more years with a President who had declared war on the city’s norms. One hundred and nineteen photos comprise this exhibit.
This Aggression Will Not Stand, Man
Yeah, well, that's just, like, your opinion, man.
10 Images You Maybe Should Not Share on Facebook During the Pandemic
Maybe you should not share the announcement that you are taking a road trip to Florida two days after the national emergency was declared. Florida?!?!?