I photographed H-2A visa workers picking Skeen cherries at K.S. Orchards in Royal City last weekend. Here is the uncropped version of the main story photo used. The H-2A visa program exists to allow U.S. companies to temporarily hire foreign nationals for seasonal agricultural work. http://www.inlander.com/spokane/cherry-pitfalls/Content?oid=2499695
I was on assignment during the golden hour at Sanders Beach, on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. After the assignment was finished, I decided to snap this photo of the lake and people enjoying it before heading home.
I photographed a story at the Woman’s Club of Spokane. The organization, which is over one hundred years old, is experiencing a resurgence. To see additional photos and read more about the organization, go to http://www.inlander.com/spokane/revival-on-ninth-avenue/Content?oid=2494030
Here’s a story I photographed about why there are more women with Alzheimer’s disease than men. I photographed a local woman with early onset Alzheimer’s disease for the story. To read more and see additional photos, go to http://bigstory.ap.org/urn:publicid:ap.org:b86a1425061641518a25bcfcc99e08cc
A photo I took for an AP story about same sex marriage in 2008. I had forgotten about it until today. http://www.apimages.com/metadata/Index/Gay-Marriage-Out-of-Staters/585046a117e24b28a27791cc09c5d9b8/58/0
A photo I took during Spokane’s Pride Parade a couple of weeks ago of a recently married couple.
Hoopfest is the largest three on three basketball tournament in the world. How do all of the Hoopfest backboards and courts get set up? You can thank Rob Davis and his team of volunteers who work overnight to get the job done. I photographed him last week for a story. Read more at: http://www.inlander.com/spokane/a-nights-work/Content?oid=2493992