Visual storyteller Christopher T. Assaf lives in Salisbury, Md., on the Delmarva Eastern Shore. He works throughout Washington, D.C. and Baltimore; Delaware, Virginia, and the Delmarva Peninsula; as well as Philadelphia and parts of Pennsylvania. He is an experienced photojournalist, photography--sports, portrait, lifestyle, magazine, corporate, pet, commercial & wedding. He is an award-winning video editor and cinematographer.
Photojournalist Bill Eppridge spent much of 1968 photographing Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign for Life magazine. Forty years later, as the anniversary of Kennedy's death at the hand of an assassin approaches, he has released "A Time it Was: Bobby Kennedy in the Sixties." Eppridge made the iconic image of Kennedy, on the ground after taking a bullet to the head, held by anguished busboy Juan Romero.