A resident of New Orleans once described his city to me as “the last Caribbean Island”. I think one of the things he meant was that the city beneath the sea is unlike any other place in the United States. I used to teach a travel and study photojournalism class in New …

Fine. You win New Orleans. (No I’m not talking about the Saints, I’m talking about the city.) My heart that is — it’s yours. Today we found a second line and it was one of the most moving experiences I have ever witnessed. More photos coming soon — for now, …

Back in New Orleans! This morning, we decided to do the sunrise shoot in the French Quarter. We’ve never done one there before and considering most of the students were on Bourbon Street until 3AM — I thought it would offer a dramatically different perspective to revisit it just 3 …

A very special thank you/shout out to my good friend Aaron Richey for taking the time to share his insight and advice with our New Orleans Travel and Study Course today! So far, the students have been working extremely hard on research and pre-production. For more information on the students’ …