Category Archives: Editorial

President Barack Obama Visits Fresno

[dropcap]I[/dropcap] spent Valentine’s Day out at the airport covering President Barack Obama’s visit to the Central San Joaquin Valley for The Fresno Bee. He came in to talk to leaders about the severe drought California is having and visit some of the areas being affected by it. Airport duty isn’t the most glamorous place to...

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Road Scholar

I shot this assignment for Road Scholar, which used to be Elderhostel, a non-profit educational travel organization for senior citizens. My subject was a Fresno woman who had traveled quite a bit with Road Scholar.  After talking with her for a while, I decided I need to get my mom on this and brought home...

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Historical Society

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]his image was taken of the president and a trustee with the Fresno Historical Society to go with a story about the non-profit working to shore up its financial situation. The photo was done in the Kearney Mansion, where the historical society has its offices. I used portable strobe lighting at camera-left with the subjects...

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New Chef

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]arris Ranch Restaurant in Coalinga is touting its new executive chef, Erasmo Rodriguez, who is very excited to be surrounded by premium produce and beef. He says the new job is a chef’s dream come true. I made a few photos of Erasmo and some entrees for The Bee when I was down there recently. I’m...

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Air Pollution Comparison

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]his is a copy of a post made on the Fresno Beehive with a comparison of the downtown Fresno skyline showing a very clear day four years ago and one made recently in the midst of the worse drought California has had on record. Valley residents depend on storms to clear out the pollution and...

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