follow the carbon

How much carbon is released by tropical deforestation? A LOT. For the international climate conference in Paris, I teamed up with artist Jamie Denburg, the Global Landscapes Forum and my team of insanely smart experts at World Resources Institute to visualize carbon emissions through something wonderfully tangible: balloons. We literally took high-resolution satellite imagery of … More follow the carbon

trans asia photography review: from cell phone camera to satellite sensor

Curated satellite images for TAP Review Volume 5, Issue 2. See the full issue here or the snippet below: From Cell Phone Camera to Satellite Sensor Humans have long been intrigued with the bird’s-eye view of their world. The first aerial photographs were made from hot-air balloons in the nineteenth century. In the twentieth, photographs … More trans asia photography review: from cell phone camera to satellite sensor

The Venice Biennale

Accompanied the Centre Pompidou Foundation at the Venice Biennale for a variety of tours, artist visits, and curator discussions. Definitely became more familiar with – and a bigger fan of – contemporary art during this trip.

Moved to Ghana

Finally got my grant! Have been living in Accra for a month already, working on Access to Information, Oil Transparency, communications, and a partnership between GIIP and CDD!