I cover the White House, politics and sports.
My earliest memory of photography is seeing some of the neighbourhood boys running around with SLR cameras. They were taking a photo class in middle school. I thought they were really cool.
I started learning photography with a class in high school, and I caught the bug.
Which assignment left the biggest mark on me? Too many to recall. Perhaps it was the death of the Princess of Wales – I have never seen such an outpouring of emotion. It was a story that completely held the attention of the UK, and in fact, the world.
Any White House assignment travelling abroad is an interesting, challenging and rewarding experience. I am also in my element covering any tennis tournament.
I have to shoot for our clients’ needs, which are varied, but I also have to shoot for myself.
My biggest lesson has been sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. The sun still comes up the next day.
I respect my peers. We all go through this together, and I am always inspired by the work of my colleagues and competitors.