Ongoing digital and print initiative to celebrate the approximately one in ten employed adults around the world working in jobs supported directly or indirectly by tourism.
October 2020 print and ongoing digital initiative showcasing innovation in travel and hospitality.
On a journey through the foothills of the Himalayas, where humans live alongside one of the world’s most elusive creatures, Maggie Shipstead discovers the good that grassroots conservation can do
Condé Nast Traveler, October 2020
Traveler's first complete print issue after the onset of the pandemic.
Condé Nast Traveler, August/September 2020
The many ways our country draws us out into the cold.
Travel + Leisure, December 2018
Our annual package went north of the border to celebrate the Land of the Maple Leaf's sesquicentennial and its role as a beacon of tolerance in a moment when America was feeling decidedly intolerant.
Travel + Leisure, December 2017
There's much more to Charm City than what you've seen on The Wire. Even as racial tensions make headlines in this famously blue-collar town on the Chesapeake, slick waterfront projects and farm-to-table dining have arrived along with a new, younger generation of residents set on building the place they want to live in. One native Marylander travels to the city he first knew as a kid to meet the doers and dreamers driving Baltimore's next act. By David Amsden
Travel + Leisure, August 2017
The future has arrived in Mongolia, both in the high-rises of its capital, Ulaanbataar, and in the vast emptiness beyond. Pico Iyer finds a country that is moving ahead by embracing modernity and rediscovering its own history.
Travel + Leisure, July 2016
A Salute to the National Parks
We honored one hundred years of what Ken Burns called America's best idea with tributes from Burns himself, Cheryl Strayed, Walter Kirn, Christopher Buckley, Heidi Julavits, Lauret Savoy, Eileen Myles, and Verlyn Klinkenborg, a photo portfolio by Harf Zimmerman, and more.
Travel + Leisure, June 2016
For centuries, the search for this fabled route through the Canadian Arctic captivated explorers—and led many to their deaths. Today, warming seas have made it possible to traverse the Northwest Passage on a passenger ship, creating a new frontier for the cruise industry. By Saki Knafo
Travel + Leisure, February 2016
On the starkly beautiful island of Hokkaido, Junot Diaz finds a rugged mountain landscape and an unexpected mash-up of cultures that together form a strange and wonderful version of Japan—especially in winter.
Travel + Leisure, January 2016
T Magazine Interactives, 2014
I produced these expanded digital presentations of print stories featuring video commissions, audio elements, and other multimedia elements.
Jeff Gordinier on adventures in Mexico with René Redzepi
Dwight Garner survives 50 courses with Ferran Adrià and Nathan Myrvhold
Me on J. Mendel's fashion fairy tale (digital only)
A tech time capsule from the last decade
Details, April 2013
He’s a nine-time world champion. His serve approaches 180 miles per hour. He has the chiseled physique and dreamy looks of a matinee idol. So why haven’t you heard of Iñaki Osa Goikoetxea (Goiko to his fans)? Because this elite athlete plays the all-but-forgotten sport of jai alai. In another time and place, he could have been as fêted as Roger Federer or Tom Brady. Instead, he’s just happy to have a job. By Howie Kahn
Details, May 2012
At an advanced teacher-training session in San Diego, the inventor of “hot yoga” instructs a new generation of gurus. Is he leading them to enlightenment—or hosting a giant hookup party? By Clancy Martin
Details, February 2011
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