My photo of storm damage south of Boston for the New York Times, has been Selected for inclusion in American Photography 38 book. It's always such a joy to have work recognized in the book, and honor I've had for the past 7 years (My work has previously been recognized by the organization in American Photography 37, 36, 35, 34, 33, 32, and 30.) The image was first published on the New York Times front page of the Oct. 28, 2021 edition.
From the announcement: From over 7,000 entries, the jury SELECTED 393 images by the jury to appear in the book and represent the best pictures from 2021. The American Photography 38 winning collection represents over 224 of the industry's best photographers. The jury this year included: Samir Abady, The Wall Street Journal; Dudley Brooks, The Washington Post Magazine; Shahrzad Elghanayan, NBC News; Gail Fletcher, Guardian; Jeanne Graves, Fast Company; Whitney Matewe, TIME; Michele Romero, PhotoRehab; Elijah S. Walker, New York Times; Amy Wolff, Hearst Enthusiast Group; Nili Zadok, Executive Producer
A big thank you to Sarah, Jennifer, and Maura at the NYT for the assignment, support, and placement on the front page; to this year's jury of American Photography; and to Mark and the rest of the team at American Photography who makes it all run.