Beneath the Horizon

Produced as comprehensive web doc for the University of Southern Florida Beneath the Horizon examines the consequences of two major oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico: The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the northern Gulf and the lesser known 1979 Ixtoc oil spill in the southern Gulf. Using detailed maps, timelines, audio podcasts and…

Selections From Everyday Climate Change

I began taking notes on my photos at the end of the day beginning in Fukushima, Japan. From those early notes a project evolved in a series of little visual poems, thoughts that I had when I took these photos. Having witnessed the violence that the changing climate has been responsible for, in Citizens of…

Meditation #2: The Sea

I stand in awe of it—its depth and immensity inspire wonder within me. I can watch it for hours, not looking away, just out and far into its vastness. As the tide encroaches on our cities and towns I’ve also seen it take away communities and lives of people I love and it’s nearly taken…

Once Home

Whether its down the street from my home in New York or half way across the world in Japan I see the same abandoned homes and communities now wherever I go. More than just blowing winds and rising waters climate change intrudes into the interiors of our lives when it knocks the walls off our…

Citizens of the Anthropocene

A movement by a group of scientists is underway to call the time we live in, the Anthropocene. Anthro means man and cene means time. Because humanity has had such a profound effect on animal and plant life causing many of them to go extinct and has altered the atmosphere with lasting effects the planet’s…