Seeing the Light

December 03, 2015
The 1940s movie classic “Citizen Kane” depicts a titan of newspaper publishing, fulfilling and destroying the aspirations of thousands, wielding influence around the worl...
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Revisiting Paris: Memories of a City

November 19, 2015
On news-feeds and social media, crushing news of this past week’s terrorist attacks has hurtled from Beirut and Paris like a tsunami of images, reports, and opinion. Par...
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The Time Change

October 29, 2015
Forgetting Daylight Savings Time can have dire consequences. Many years, I’ve used photography to remind Herald readers to reset their clocks. One image, featuring two po...
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Photographing the Thrill of the Tunbridge World’s Fair!

September 17, 2015
There are many iconic elements of the Tunbridge World’s Fair, but none more central than the track. Here, before the grandstand, for generations, farmers have paraded the...
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A Wild Ride Seen Through a Lens

August 20, 2015
In the 1990s, Randolph was home to several annual mountain bike races. These were extremely popular and attracted enthusiasts from all over. For two or three years the Gr...
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