George Bush, when he was running against Dukakis.
A recent ENR story on malfeasance in the nuclear industry.
ENR’s choice for their cover, of the Long Beach Port.
Roger Snoble, ex-CEO of LA Metro, at the station underneath Grauman’s Chinese Theater, in Hollywood.
A former governor of Maryland, this story being about the prison industry, for AECOM.
Another AECOM-oriented cover story, the retrofitting of Grand Central Station.
AECOM-designed construction, built to protect a highway upgrade.
The opening spread for the CE story on AECOM’s East River project, protecting a highway upgrade.
Another CE AECOM cover story, about the upgrading of a bridge near Sacramento, California, without upsetting the Mexican Free tailed bat community.
The opener for a British magazine, a portrait of a Port Authority guy. The best part of this gig was going to the very top of the George Washington Bridge.
This black & white photograph was used for a WTS-sponsored event.
A Wintertime photograph of Los Angeles. I’ve been allowing the Women’s Transportation Seminar – WTS – to use this as a key part of their branding, the Los Angeles Chapter, specifically.
AECOM once had a beautifully designed – and tastily reproduced – publication, which used several of my images for their covers.
This one was Highway 40, somewhere west of Arizona.
The 110 Freeway in LA, shot from a helipad, atop one of the downtown buildings.
This one – one of my specialties – was done from my car, near downtown Los Angeles.
Another AECOM assignment, an island off New Orleans, being rehabilitated.
Another cover story for AECOM, this time on cleaning up the LA River.
The first time I was published in Time Magazine, before I actually did assignment work for them. Howard Keck presenting Cal Tech president Marvin Goldberger with the dough to begin constructing the first of the Keck Observatories on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Another WTS promotional card, of the port in Los Angeles.
Smithsonian Magazine story on collecting pins in America.
A Christmas card, designed by my friend Buzz Haynes, put on film by yours truly.
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