2007’s festival featured approx. 47,000 people from Las Vegas, the U.S. and the world, who all traveled to an ancient lakebed, known as the playa in the Northern Nevada Black Rock desert to build a temporary, all-encompassing community defined more by its spirit, art, and gifting than the normal constraints of daily life.
National Headliners Awards 2007 2nd Online Visuals
Webby Awards 12th Annual 1st Online Film & Video
Best of the West 2008 1st Video Storytelling
LAS VEGAS — This city has seen more political commercials than anywhere else in 2012, more than anywhere else in the history of presidential campaigns: 73,000 TV ads, according to The New York Times. In an election with only a handful of states that are considered up for grabs, the importance of Nevada's six electoral votes was highlighted when President Barack Obama chose Lake Las Vegas, a golf resort east of here, as the place to spend three days preparing for the first presidential debate.
Willie Chapman has 10 children in 3 states and he’s 40 years old. Professional boxing matches are still his main source of income and also the only way he can pay child support to see his kids. Because of his age and losing record, Nevada may not license him to fight anymore. Willie also shows signs of dementia, most likely caused from continued brain trauma caused by boxing.
Best of Photojournalism 2009 2nd Documentary Video