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I'm a photojournalist in Cairo, Egypt, seeking out interesting stories and ideas. I studied photojournalism and philosophy in Kentucky and interned at a few newspapers, including the St. Pete Times, then returned to Egypt to freelance. Lately I've had work published in TIME Magazine, The Guardian's magazine, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
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Finally found the time to sit down and finalize my “Best of 2011.” Selections are below, thanks for looking. (From South Sudan’s independence) (From the Belmont Stakes) (From a portrait series completed in South Sudan)
One day after telling the nation he would not seek reelection—but would not step down—Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak began an orchestrated crackdown on demonstrators in Cairo, culminating in a violent clash between regime forces and protestors in Tahrir Square. The protests began in late January, a little more than a week after Tunisians ousted their-longtime ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.