I am the author and photographer of Breach of Peace: Portraits of the 1961 Mississippi Freedom Riders.

Twenty portraits from Breach of Peace were included in "Road to Freedom," an exhibition of Civil Rights photography that originated at the High Museum in Atlanta and traveled to the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, the Field Museum in Chicago, the Skirball in Los Angeles, and the Bronx Museum in New York City. See the installation in Atlanta | in Los Angeles.

I started out life in New York City as a magazine editor: The Nation, Harper's, 7 Days, Rolling Stone, among other stops. Then I worked online: Microsoft Sidewalk, Deja.com, Clear Channel Entertainment (oh the humanity!) and the New York Times (twice). Now I'm a photographer. I live in the West Village, with my wife and daughter.

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