I know it's been a while since I posted anything here on the blog. Jeez, don't we have enough to do here in cyberspace, with the website, Flickr page, and creating multimedia slideshows for my work as well as clients. Started a new satff job back in January, so I'll throw up a few links to the new work, techniques and general ramblings from the paper here too.
For now, here's a piece I'm pretty proud of and wanted to share. It highlights my work since 2001 in Africa. Remember to turn up your speakers:
Azman Bakari (32) cools off with water from a fresh water well in the Old Town neighborhood of Mombasa, Kenya on Tuesday, May 23, 2006. The fresh water well built in 1570 AD, filters sea water from the Indian Ocean through rock coral and sunlight, providing Old town residents a place to do laundry and cool off. © Chet Gordon / www.chetgordon.com