I made a late fall visit to photograph Brain Chemistry Labs and founder Paul Cox in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Cox and a small team there are developing radical new approaches to Alzheimer's research and treatment. For Fortune Magazine.
I photographed portraits of two Colorado chefs, Caroline Glover and Brother Luck, for a New York Times story about how Michelin stars are awarded. Communities must pay in order to have their restaurants considered. Aurora (Caroline's restaurant Annette) and Colorado Springs (Brother's restaurant Four By Brother Luck) did not.
For Popular Science, I photographed one of the world's foremost fossil replicators, Rob Gaston, at his studio in Fruita in western Colorado.
I photographed some of the new outdoor lounges at Denver International Airport for a WSJ story covering the evolution of these spaces.