The photographs below are a sample of the images taken in the first 6 months of my dissertation fieldwork on the inmate wildfire fighting crews of Arizona.
The photographs below are a sample of the images taken during my six weeks of fieldwork for the Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology project about the social effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. All photographs were taken in southeast Louisiana. For high resolution photographs, please visit the flickr feed.
The photographs below are a sample of the images taken in the course of two months living and working on ranches in the Altar Valley of Arizona, where I conducted my fieldwork for my master's thesis in 2011.
The photographs below are some of my favorite landscape shots gathered from my travels across the continental United States.
Below are some of the images I've taken around Tucson. On occasion I'll wake up at dawn or stay up into the wee hours of the night to get a particular image, especially if there's an interesting weather event happening in town (snow, in particular). Tucson is a unique place to live, and I love to photograph the beauty of my home- and current town.
Below is a set of photographs taken during the Occupy movement, as it swept across the nation and into Tucson. The candid and rather raw nature of this event was an excellent opportunity to photograph a changing tide, which we may still be riding.