This is Miles. He’s 22 months old. His mother left him with her mother along with his 3-month-old sister. His father was one of the many Detroit murder victims in July this year. Their rented house in Detroit is clean and sparsly furnished. There is a Christmas tree, but no gifts. Their car, which needs … Continue Reading →
Scenes that caught the eye of Detroit News photographers
Birds take flight from a tree at Fort Michilimackinac State Historic Park. I actually was trying to photograph the bridge, but this is my favorite photo.
I’ve crossed many bridges in my life, figuratively and literally, but the one that always gets me is the Mackinac Bridge. I think it has to do with when some tragic anomaly happens at a certain age in your life to a stranger, it becomes one of your crazy fears. So it goes with me … Continue Reading →
I’ve been overwhelming my co-workers with photos and stories of Stella, my newly-adopted dog. I promised myself I would only blog one photo of her. She’s two years old, and probably the best dog ever adopted, (especially since she lets me dress her up and photograph her at will). So, with all this feeling of … Continue Reading →
A camper enjoys his dinner oblivious that he’s under the eye of a buffalo at Sage Creek Rustic Campground in South Dakota on Tuesday, July 5, 2005. After shooting this photo in the Badlands, I talked to the camper and asked if he wanted a copy showing how close he was to the buffalo. His … Continue Reading →
There are some moments in time that are defined by numbers, others that are defined by the people you are with.
Members of the Chicago-based band Wilco perform Tuesday, June 21, 2005 at Meadow Brook Music Festival in Rochester Hills, Mich.
Spring is here, and no better way to celebrate a college graduation than with a little outdoor bowling.
Arnee Johnson models an outfit designed by Tazia Wade, an International Academy graduate, during a fashion dress rehearsal at the Detroit Institute of Art. The sexy outfit, mostly made of denim, was lined with a ribbon stating “I am the way, the truth and the light”. I’m a big fan of mix messages.
Conductor Stefan Lano is a blur as he conducts the dress rehearsal of Margaret Garner on Sunday, May 1, 2005. The world premier of the opera, will be held in Detroit on May 7. Sometimes not being able to use a flash in a theater can be a good thing.