As many of you may already know, the PDN Photo Plus Expo is coming up in October.
This year, I’m honored to be speaking on a Panel for a seminar called Facets of the Night: Conjuring Atmosphere at Night and in Low Light Environments. I’ll be speaking along with Stewart Cohen, Chip Forelli, Todd Hido and Gerd Ludwig with moderator, Jill Waterman.
To read more about my seminar, or to search the other seminars this year, click here.
I recently did a shoot for New Jersey Monthly, for their annual Great Companies story. One of the companies featured in the article was Campbell’s Soup Company. The article focused on the company’s child-care program for the employees and their families.
Back in May, I shot Allison Macfarlane for Technology Review. Allison is a geologist at George Mason University, and the editor of Uncertainty Underground: Yucca Mountain and the Nation’s High-Level Nuclear Waste.
Since 1987, Yucca Mountain has been where the US Department of Energy have been storing spent nuclear reactor fuel and other radiactive waste. Allison is the leading expert on nuclear-waste disposal.
To read more about Allison and the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository, click here and here.