Nice half-pager in this week's Washington Post for a piece on Seattle lawyer Bill Marler, "food safety crusader", and the first lawyer to sue Jack in the Box after the 1993 e-Coli outbreak. Online here.
These kinds of shoots are always a challenge mainly due to time constraints. I often joke about the time an editor in the not-so-distant past asked me to shoot a story like a "Life Magazine" spread, but in 3 hours. Gone are the days when you could spend a few days working on a story about someone as remarkable as Mr Marler. But working quickly is a useful skill I've developed working for newspapers.