I had the exciting pleasure of working on three articles for the Winter 2011 issue of 1859 Magazine. Traveling to the wilds of Oregon’s most remote SE corner to the town of Plush, I photographed the conflict over mining sunstones. For another article, I met several people who chucked their corporate jobs and re-invented themselves. And I met a most special man, John Callahan, the literary executive of Ralph Ellison’s unfinished manuscripts.
Thank you, Kevin Max, for giving me these assignments. They rock my world.