This has been a helluva year. We’re not just saying goodbye to 2016, we’re shooting it in the head. Here, let me explain, why … pull up a chair and grab a beer.
Just as I put “Beware of Dog” signs on my fence, the United States now needs warning signs at all our borders. Makes me want to scream.
This has been a week where the world’s actions have been more unacceptable than normal. We think it’s time people were called out and that change happens.
Pictures have a powerful ability to shape our opinions, especially our opinions of war. So, what if war was fought in the nude? Dirty, gritty, human nudes.
The universe is not out to get you. No one is giving or taking points for your actions. Life isn’t fair and balanced, but it’s tipped in your favor more than you realize.
We’ve stroked the black cat and come up with some strong predictions for the future. Whether you use them or ignore them is up to you.
I wasn’t eligible for a Pulitzer prize in photography again this year, and I won’t be next year; with all respect to those who win, I don’t want one.
Feelings of impending doom can be symptoms of serious health issues, such as too much Nutmeg. Not kidding. We have to shake this. We have options.
When I was younger, I considered any threat of true apocalypse to be far fetched. Now, not only is apocalypse possible, some people are wishing for it.
War photography shows us what politicians don’t want us to see: War is hell. A new ad contrasts the propaganda vs. reality. Take a look.
Tonight the President delivers his final State of the Union address, but no President has ever been exactly truthful about our country’s reality.