Delighted to have my 2011 photograph from College Street, Calcutta, on the cover of the new, 2016 edition of the Picador Book of Modern Indian Literature.

My review of Laura McPhee's The Home and the World: A View of Calcutta, has has appeared in the online journal Places: Forum of Design for the Public Realm (December 2014).

The French online magazine Contraligne has published a selection of my American photographs with commentary in its November 2012 issue. This image of a pair of Civil War reenactors was made in Abingdon, Virginia, in 2011.

Congratulations to Terry Evans on her exhibition, Heartland, at the Nelson Atkins Museum. I've published an essay on Terry's work with the online journal Places: Forum of Design for the Public Realm (October 25, 2012), where it is accompanied by a slideshow of her photographs.

I'm pleased to have one of my Kolkata portraits included in the PhotoPlace Gallery catalog, Personal Portraits, published October 2012 and now available from Blurb.


For an album of snapshots from the May 5, 2012, opening of my show at the Seagull Foundation for the Arts in Kolkata, India, go here. The forty images in the show are all on Seagull's website here (scroll to the bottom of Seagull's page to navigate further).

Sleeping on the Maidan, Calcutta, 2011, is the featured image in the Flakphoto Collection for March 12, 2012.

Proud to be in the Third Annual Juried Exhibition in the University of Chicago's DOVA Temporary gallery, January 9 - February 4, 2012.

A 2010 image from Museu di Santa Maria Novella, Florence, accompanies Susan Harding's essay, The Ethnographic Act.

The Blue Corvette, a selection of my photographs made "between Memorial and Labor Day in an America of lengthening shadows," with accompanying text, was published on the online journal Places: Forum of Design for the Public Realm, September 2, 2011.

My essay Calcutta: Bookland and a selection of photographs was published on Design Observer, March 28, 2011.

Jen Bekman Gallery has a nice piece about my Japanese urban landscapes on the "Hey Hot Shot" blog. Thanks to Casey A. Gollan for this smart write-up.

Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin comments on "Chicago Self-Park"
here on his Cityscapes blog.