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PICTURE EDITING

Over the past four years at Time magazine I have had the great fortune to work with some of the best photographers in the world. The following links will take you to projects that I produced and edited while working as the picture editor of TIME.com:

  • Life In Iraq
    A look at life in Iraq on the eve of the second gulf war. Photographs for TIME by Yuri Kozyrev. March 2003
  • Afghanistan Today
    It has been seven months since the Tailban fell under pressure of U.S. bombs. TIME sent photographers Alexandra Boulat, James Nachtwey and John Stanmeyer to capture what has already changed and what challenges lie ahead. June 2002
  • The Palestinians
    An inside look at life in an embattled society. Photographs for TIME by James Nachtwey. August 2002
  • Camp Heartland
    A summer escape for children infected with — and affected by — HIV and AIDS. Photographs and Audio by Katja Heinnemann. August 2002
  • On the Trail With Dick Gephardt
    Campaigning with the House Minority Leader. Photographs for TIME by Callie Shell. November 2002
  • The Lewis & Clark Trail
    TIME travels the Lewis & Clark trail and brings back the faces, places and sounds from America's greatest adventure. Photographs for TIME by Jose Azel and Vincent J. Musi. July 2002
  • Clinton's Last Days
    William Jefferson Clinton's last five days as president were a poignant journey through his eight years as commander-in-chief. TIME photographer Diana Walker was there, as she has been so many times, to document the private moments. January 2001
  • Aids in Africa
    Even as you read this, AIDS is taking lives in Sub-Saharan Africa, swallowing families, communities, hopes. So far 17 million have died. At least 25 million may follow. TIME contract photographer James Nachtwey takes an intimate look at a modern curse. February 2001
  • The Famine the World Forgot
    Caught between war and natural disaster, refugees from Afghanistan's endless infighting now find themselves further trapped by a relentless winter and an aid drought. Photographs for TIME by Alexandra Boulat. February 2001
  • Beyond The Fall: The Former Soviet Bloc in Transition
    For 10 years following the collapse of the Berlin Wall, TIME contract photographer Anthony Suau traveled the lands of the former Soviet bloc. In hundreds of powerful images and audio commentaries, Suau documents in stark detail the people of that region as they shed their former skin and head into an unknown future. August 2000
  • The New Frontier
    Photographs and Stories about life on the U.S.-Mexican border. Photographs for TIME by Alex Webb, James Nachtwey, Christopher Morris, and Vincent J. Musi June 2001
  • September 11, 2001 and the Aftermath
    My commute to work on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 took me across the Manhattan bridge, and the subway car became eerily silent as we passed the Twin Towers engulfed in smoke. The days that followed were traumatic, dramatic, and sleep deprived. We produced dozens of photoessays, including the powerful photographs of James Nachtwey's "Shattered". Sept 2001 - Sept 2002.

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