Selected Assignments    [Click on thumbnail to download article]


A new life for refugees, and the city they adopted…
The New York Times
After years of struggle, a Brooklyn boxer rises but keeps her feet on the ground…
The New York Times
Judith Malina, 87, artistic director of The Living Theatre, tackles a new scene…
The New York Times
In an old RV, parked in Brooklyn, passers-by get spiritual counseling… "In a truck in Brooklyn, a church offers spiritual guidance," The New York Times
The night starts slowly at Mon Ami, a Bronx salsa club that caters to veterans... "Salsa Veterans," a collaboration with Chantal Heijnen, The New York Times
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Twenty years ago, six girls lit up a troubled Brooklyn block… "Jump Rope Girls, 20 Years On," The New York Times
[Includes "Back on the Block," a Times video about Susan Hartman's relationship with the girls.]
A group of Brooklyn girls puts their energy -
and bits of their lives - into a sidewalk game, 'Cheers'…
"It's Not Rap, Give a Clap, Call It 'Cheers'," The New York Times
Vivian Cherry, an almost 90-year-old street photographer, still gets excited shooting the city's streets… "A New York Street Photographer Keeps On Clicking," The Christian Science Monitor
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