Photo journalism, is an art of telling a story with images, portraying a series of events with each image. These pictures were taken in Biloxi Ms. six months’ after hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
One can see the effects of the title surge as it moved a large vessel inland by the railroad tracks, and swept out the entire contents of a McDonald’s leaving the roof virtually untouched.
When employed to capture or memorialize an event, I will make every attempt to see it through your eyes. I try my best to determine and capture key events looking for unique angels and emotional framing.