Selected Assignments    [Click on thumbnail to download article]


After years of struggle, a Brooklyn boxer rises but keeps her feet on the ground…
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
Judith Malina, 87, artistic director of The Living Theatre, tackles a new scene…
The New York Times
Doctors and teachers, cops and cameramen -
all in the early stages of Alzheimer's - gather to help each other cope…
"Finding the Way," Newsday
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
For the past six years, Sandy Yu has set up her watch repair stand in the heart of Sunset Park, Brooklyn…
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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A dozen Ghanaian live-in aides - all from the Bronx - unite through a prayer call…
"Solace on the Line," a photo essay with Todd Heisler, The New York Times
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
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