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The Bridge at the Aspen Institute

I am the creative director for a new program on race and identity at the Aspen Institute founded by former NPR host Michele Norris.


Salman Rushdie

I worked directly with Salman Rushdie to create a design for his personal author site and archive.


Colum McCann

Working directly with Colum I created a style guide and design for an online home, developing ways to channel his existing work, personal notes and support for young writers.

Creative direction and brand identity for The Race Card Project

The Race Card Project

Since its inception I have been the Creative Director and Designer for The Race Card Project, and awarded the 2013 Peabody prize  for for excellence in electronic media.


John Irving

Working closely with John and his team for several years this is the third re-brand and website design I have produced.


Girls Who Code

For several years I’ve been photographing Reshma Saujani and her organization Girls Who Code for their marketing and publicity efforts. The images have appeared in Business Insider, USA Today, Huff Post, and elsewhere.


Deborah Harkness

For several years I have been the creative lead for Deborah Harkness and her team on her website and cross-media promotional des


Fernanda Eberstadt

I have worked with Fernanda Eberstadt for many years, and this is the second version of her website we designed together. This new version features a greatly expanded and evolving archive of Fernanda’s life and work.


Not Television

Identity design, brand development and website for London based magazine for cabaret, moving-image, queer and DIY culture.


Gabriel Tallent

Website design and illustration for author Gabriel Tallent and his novel My Absolute Darling. The site features various image feeds where Gabriel shares his photography with his readers and followers.

Interactive introduction for The Poe Boys Trilogy

Gordon McAlpine

Web design and animation for Gordon McAlpine.


Barbara Ehrenreich

Website design for New York Times bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed, and Living with a Wild God, Barbara Ehrenreich.

Interactive introduction to Ariel Djannikan and The Office of Mercy

Ariel Djanikian

Website and brand design for Ariel Djanikian and her sci-fi novel, The Office of Mercy.


Amor Towles

Author website design that includes animation and artwork from Amor.


J. Maarten Troost

To promote Headhunters on my Doorstep I designed a page of ephemera with textures and imagery inspired by Troost’s description of his voyages.


Steve Inskeep

Website design for Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s morning edition and author of Jacksonland. The site includes a section where users can submit their own pictures to illustrate the Jacksonland story.

Cinema Scope Magazine online magazine design

Cinema Scope Magazine

Website and online brand design for the widely-respected Canadian film magazine.


Georgia Hunter

Georgia and I worked together to present her book We Were the Lucky Ones through an online archive of her family history, tracing the horrifying and gripping tale of their holocaust survival.

Street Gang - The Complete History of Sesame Street interactive

Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street

Marketing and book website design for Michael Davis’ Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street.


Robert Karjel

Website and online branding  for Robert Karjel, Somali Pirate hunter, maker of fine desserts and author of The Swede.


Website design for Sebastian Junger

Working with Sebastian I designed and developed a website and online archive for his books, films and writing.

Kanga Mouse in Dead Horse Bay, Brooklyn, by Adrian Kinloch

Where the City Meets the Wild

What happens when nature reclaims what man once stole. Adrian Kinloch’s photo essay for Slate Magazine.

Peter Nichols, author photo © Adrian Kinloch

Portrait Photography by Adrian Kinloch

I have over 20 years of experience in portrait photography, working with authors, musicians, activists, artists, performers and blast-barge engineers.  


Occupy Wall St

I covered much of the Occupy Wall Street actions for AFP/Citizenside including the occupation of Brooklyn Bridge and Duarte Park. The image above is in the City of the Museum of New York’s Occupy Wall Street collection. You can see my full photography portfolio here.