A look back at my 20 year career as staff photojournalist for United Press International
traveling the world covering major global stories.
My boss said on my first day, “you’re here because you can make pictures.
That’s a drop in the bucket for this job.”
After a week, I knew what he meant. It made me the photographer I am today.
NYPD undercover police detective funeral.
Cranbrook students stranded in snow storm return home
Pope John Paul II visit to New York
President George Bush campaigns by train
Statue of Liberty taken over by Puerto Rican Nationalists
Iwo Jima Memorial Washington Fireworks 1989
World Series Blowing Tarp Rain Out
Arnold Palmer wins US Senior Open
Son of Sam arrested
Soviet General Secretary Mikhail S. Gorbachev and his wife Riasa
Soviet General Secretary Mikhail S. Gorbachev vists United States.
Barbara Bush as her husband VP George accepted the nomination
Mel the Head
President Ronald Reagan and wife Nancy at Republican National Convention 1988
New York Yankees knuckleballer Phil Niekro short of 300 wins
Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones at Madison Square Garden.
NY Mets' Tom Seaver 200 strikeouts ninth straight year.
Gabreilla Sabatini wins US Open 1990
Christie Brinkley At Formula One Grand Prix
George Bush campaigns for President 1980
Angela Davis 1979
Muhammad Ali vs Ken Norton
Texas Rangers Nolan Ryan pitches
1974: Twin Towers of the World Trade Center