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I'm documenting life in Mexico City from June 21-29, 2014. The goal is to cover the culture and state of a city like DF while comparing it to the fervor for its national team competing during the World Cup in Brazil. To do this I will visit several barrios, like Tepito, and find out if life really does revolve around futbol, or if it's just a distraction.
DAY 1: June 21, 2014[gallery
After graduating college, and not getting many calls back for interviews, I decided to travel to Aleppo, Syria, with author Malcolm Garcia. We wanted to document the revolution (the term used by the people in areas controlled by the Free Syrian Army) and see how people were getting along in the war-torn city. [gallery type="rectangular"
I took a camera with me on my second deployment to Iraq. These are the images I made of my fellow 3/5 Marines and the locals. [gallery type="rectangular" ids="1108,1101,2106,2105,2104,1107,2103,2102,2101,1099,2100,2099,2098,2097,2096,2095,2094,2093,2092,1115,2091,2090,1100,2089,2088,2087,2086,2085,1118,1117,1116,1114,1113,1112,1111,1110,1109,1106,1105,1104,1103,1102"]