Category Archives: travel photography

Sunrise in Fes

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So, we may have gotten robbed on the train from Marrakech to Fes, and we may have been pushed into filing a police report we weren’t interested in filing (and which took hours and hours for the police to figure out because foreigners never file reports), and it may have taken all night, and we may have ended […]

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Marrakech at Night (and the Challenges of Shooting in a Foreign Country)

Marrakesh at night

Here’s a painful truth: I haven’t been particularly interested in photography lately. I’ve spent months wondering whether I chose the right career path and self-flagellating about my abilities as a photographer while my camera has gathered dust in a corner (figurative dust—I’m still doing the work, of course). We planned our honeymoon around some of […]

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September Instagram Roundup

September 2013 Instagram Roundup

September was the busiest month! I photographed Danielle & Holly‘s wedding in Montauk (hire them for your graphic design and acting needs, would ya?); Sara & Kevin’s wedding in Minneapolis; did a talk about Live Through This at the University of Texas at Austin; and another talk at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I also […]

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July Instagram Roundup Pt. III | Cambodia Travel Photography

July Instagram Roundup, Cambodia style

Here’s the final installation of the July Instagram Roundup. It’s only been a couple of months, but putting these together made me nostalgic. What’s interesting is that, before going over there, I thought it might be hard for me–and it was, for about five minutes. Admittedly, I lost my mind when I found out I […]

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July Instagram Roundup Pt. II | Cambodia Travel Photography

July Instagram Roundup, Cambodia style

The July Instagram Roundup is looking to come in three parts. Here’s the second installment: significantly darker in theme than the first. Descriptions below. 1. Buddhist string bracelets at the mass grave of 450 Cambodians, just a few feet away from the Killing Fields 2. Blessing bracelets at the Killing Tree 3. Photographs of Cambodians who […]

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