Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 1995 - A mother with her newborn child in natural light.
Uganda, 1995 - a fishing boat moves through Lake Victoria at sunset.
Rwanda,1995. Orphaned brothers who lost their parents during the genocide were living on the streets of Kigali Rwanda.
Kilgali Rwanda, 1995. An Early shrine made from the skulls of the people who were killed in Ntarama church massacre.
Near Rusumo Rwanda, 1995. Nyarubuye Chuch.
Kigali Rwanda, 1995. Tutsi family outside the capital who survived the 1994 genocide.
Rwanda 1996, A Tutsi man lies under the horizon in the Nyarubuye church massacre site. Near Rusumo Rwanda.
Pristina Kosovo, 1999. Kosovar Albanian man standing in what was once the staircase of his burned home.
Pristina Kosovo, 1999. Kosovar Albanian family returns to their home after spending months in a Macedonia refugee camp only to find their house had been burned.
Pristina Kosovo, 1999. Kosovar Albanian children playing in a empty city center on the first day NATO entered the country.
Kosovo, 1999. Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA. The solder on the left was wounded by a sniper just hours before the photograph was taken.
Chad/Sudan Border, 2004. Exhausted Sudanese mother and her seven children arriving at a refugee camp in Eastern Chad.
Chad/Sudan border, 2004. Newly arrived persons at camps in Chad have been occasionally asked by local authorities to swear on the Koran that they are refugees of the Darfur conflict.
Chad/Sudan border, 2004. Oure Caqsoni refugee camp.
Chad/Sudan border 2004. Oure Cassoni refugee camp: a mother trying to build a structure that will replicate her home back in Darfur.
Darfur Sudan, 2004. Traveling with SLA rebels in the mountainous desert region.
North Darfur, 2004. A tense SLA rebel stands guard following a Sudanese army ambush.
Darfur, 2004. A victim of a recent janjaweed attack, this man is in a North Darfur hospital recovering from gunshot wounds.
Ramallah, West Bank, 2002 - Palestinian artist Tayseer Barakat at home in his studio. For the multimedia story "Art, Occupation, and Fear" about the contemporary art scene through the eyes of Israeli and Palestinian artists during the secound Intifada.
Ramallah, West Bank, 2002. Palestinians protesting in front of Yasser Arafat's destroyed compound during the second Intifata.
A "shell shocked" girl with her mother in a hospital in An Nasiriyah, Iraq, April 2003.
Nasiriyah, Iraq, April, 2003. When on patrol with the marines we broke open a warehouse, inside we found brand new "western style" porcelain toilets broken into pieces. No damage was done to the building. No explanation to as why there were broken unboxed toilets piled as high as 6 ft.
Washington D.C., 1997 - A Vietnam veteran and his family visiting the Vietnam War Memorial Wall. Still photograph used in the film War As a Second Languge.
The sun going down on the old city. Mogadishu, Somalia. (2014)
On night patrol with AMISOM police, Mogadishu, Somalia. (2014)
A bicycle shop stays open late. Mogadishu, Somalia. (2014)