My Image in Newsweek: A Look at White Supremacist through FBI Informant

My Image in Newsweek: A Look at White Supremacist through FBI Informant

Todd Bigelow Photography

The Early Risers

The Early Risers

Pretty golf courses aren’t born that way, nor do they stay that way without tremendous effort by The Early Risers. They are the laborers who work silently and with purpose, racing against the sunrise to stay ahead of the day’s first group of golfers. Golf courses across the country owe their manicured fairways, tightly mowed…

Flags as Symbols

Flags as Symbols

  Flags are often used as symbols of pride, prejudice and pain: Todd Bigelow Photography

May 2, 20011 Issue of Sports Illustrated

May 2, 20011 Issue of Sports Illustrated

From the May 2, 2011 issue of Sports Illustrated, a portrait I shot of Indianapolis Colt receiver Austin Collie who has suffered multiple concussions. Todd Bigelow Photography

May Issue of Smithsonian

May Issue of Smithsonian

From the May issue of Smithsonian magazine, a piece I shot on Mission San Miguel and it’s amazing original artwork by the Salinan tribe. For more images, click here Todd Bigelow Photography

Gun Billboard Leads to Find on Way to Tucson Shooting Site

Gun Billboard Leads to Find on Way to Tucson Shooting Site

I went to Tucson last week to gauge, in photos, the community’s attempt to recover from the shooting rampage. The rhetoric coming from all political parties was already evolving into the steady drone of a buzzing pest that left me with the feeling of hearing it all but listening to nothing. But that’s okay because…

Health Care Reality

There is no sense at this point in debating the merits of the Health Care Reform bill. It’s a done deal, thankfully. Unfortunately, like everything else, politics always plays a major role. It’s more important to many of our representatives to vote in a manner that is less controversial, therefore maintaining a likelihood of reelection,…

Looting Cultural Artifacts Gaining National Attention

Looting Cultural Artifacts Gaining National Attention

Making our way down a rutted trail after a long drive along a dusty fire road, the two men, one a undercover federal agent and the other a middle aged archaeologist for the Bureau of Land Management, led me to a site that left me in awe. On both sides of me were twenty foot…

Protesting in Support of Iranian Demonstrators

Protesting in Support of Iranian Demonstrators

My closest friends are from Iran. I consider them my brothers and they treat me like family. They’ve told me their tales of escaping a country after the revolution and finding their way to America and freedom. Each is a successful, humble, respectful and loyal person. And each still has family in Iran. Even though…