Since 1968 I have been involved in photography almost on a daily basis. My work history found me slopping prints in a black & white lab for the FBI in Washington D.C. and then almost eight years as first a US Navy Photographer and then as a US Navy Photojournalist. Two years at the Daily Oklahoma City followed with 28 years as a wire service photographer for the Associated Press, the last 15 as the Chief Photographer in Bangkok, Thailand. Along the way I earned a piece of the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography for the Associated Press. While I am no longer working for anyone I still shoot images almost daily. For me sharing those images is now my main interest.
Apichart Weerawong, left, Sakchai Lalit, center, David Longstreath, right