We celebrated 10 years of life with Henry today. Really hard to believe. I wish I could have those 10 years back, but that’s not how it works.
Henry is a very funny, creative, and an inspiring person. Anyone who knows him will surely agree. He inspires me.
Birthday polaroids with his brother and sister.
Surprise ball made by Mollie.
A wonderful moment. Jude wouldn’t take his eyes off of Henry as he opened his gift to him. It wasn’t about the gift, it was all about Henry’s reaction.
Henry felt loved.
Here’s the Henry I know. He’s bright, curious, thoughtful, and feels life. I think this image is an honest representation of him. That’s what I strive for when I photograph people.
Here’s to Henry. Many happy returns.
Greenville, South Carolina played host to the USA Cycling Championships one last time today. As a cycling fan it’s been great to have this race in our town for several years now. I figured with all the DSLRs that would be all over the place, I’d see what I could do with the Leica. Here are 12 frames.
A stretch on Main St. across from the Poinsett hotel awaits the riders for three laps downtown to finish the race.
Channel 4 chopper getting it done all day.
Timmy Duggan was the first man to appear in the downtown circuit and would never be caught.
A few riders where back about 30 seconds or so but could never close the gap.
Team BMC’s car shoots by.
George Hincapie, a local and crowd favorite here in Greenville, looks back knowing it’s not going to be his day today.
Cycling fans all over.
Brooklyn based photographer Emiliano Granado in the press area.
George Hincapie, legend.
Timmy Duggan 150 meters from the finish, all alone.
George Hincapie‘s final lap in his hometown of Greenville. Giving it all he had.
Zeiss 35mm Biogon