The Earthquake in Haiti happened while I was shooting a job in Las Vegas last week for Cricket. The images pouring in really moved me. When I returned to Denver I got a call to shoot an airlift of 18 Metric Tons of emergency supplies leaving DIA from the WoldVision Warehouse VIA FedEx. I teamed up with fiend and photographer Don Cudney to shoot video and stills of the airlift for WorldVision from 12:30 AM to 4 AM. All the FedEx employees were volunteering their time to load the plane.
"Just wanted to give you some great feedback! Our Senior Vice President of Engagement and Communications asked that we tell you that she loved the work you did for the airlift in Denver. I don't think I've ever heard her give feedback like that before!
So thank you for all your great work- in the middle of the night even!
Also, one of your images was selected to send to CNN, with some other World Vision photos so keep an eye out for that!"
Here's a nice portrait of Dr. Charles Musiba of CU I shot for 5280 Magazine. Musiba is from one of my favorite countries, Tanzania. I would love to follow him on his quest for the worlds oldest footprints. Why footprints? Footprints tell how prehistoric man walked and could answer some nagging questions about evolution and early man.