School children walk home from the school where United States volunteers were building a new classroom. 1996.
An international photo historian uses his nearly 100 year old Kodak Vest Pocket camera on location in Bilbao, Spain.
Street traffic at dusk. There is a lot wrong with this frame, but it still works for me. Shot from the back seat of a hired car, through the spotted windshield. This frame was 1996. By my second trip in 2000, there were many more cars.
As a truck carrying medical volunteers and their gear arrives in a small village, a group of school children watch from a hilltop. The volunteers will be living in the school at the top of the hill during their clinics and teaching in the villiage.
On a video shoot at the Taj Mahal, I was blocked from entrance because of my full size video camera and tripod. So instead, we found a boat and crossed the Yamuna river and shot from the opposite bank. It also gave me this opportunity.
A bicyclist hauls empty IV and medical solution bottles away from the hospital to be repurposed. I was testing digital cameras on this trip.
Surgery is challenging both technically and ethically. It’s easy to over expose in both areas. Most surgical missions have surgeries that begin in the early morning and cases continue until late afternoon or early evening. The surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologists, and support teams work, take short breaks, eat quick meals, and return to surgery
Franciscan Volunteers inspect urban beehives as part of the No Risk No Gain summer immersion program that grounds in the Franciscan charism of caring for creation. 2016.
Close shave, street barber. One of my favorite frames.
A volunteer healthcare provider holds a note with patient information in a pop-up clinic while another patient waits to be seen. 1998 .. before tablets, electronic medical records, and smart phones.