David Goldman was born in New York City and received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Minor in Spanish at the University of Rhode Island.
Selfies at tourist attractions are nothing new. But until recently, if you wanted a perfectly composed picture of yourself with Times Square or the Colosseum in the background, you might have asked a passer-by to take the photo.
For this week’s installment of AP’s Daily Life series, we feature photography from all over the world: Brazilian beach goers cool off from the 104 degree heat, a Belarusian plays with his tame wolves, and an woman smiles at the camera near a mustard field in Northern India.
A look at the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and its aftermath:
Photos by Natacha Pisarenko A samba school has organized an unusual show to honor Pope Francis during the opening of a hugely popular carnival in Argentina.
At the International CES, the largest trade show in the Americas, tech enthusiasts are meeting in Las Vegas to see their dreams and fantasies about the future move closer to reality.
Photos by David Goldman The rest of the house is just waking as Scottie Sizemore plops down in a rocking chair on his front porch with a cup of coffee. It’s midmorning, but the sun has yet to crest the ridge above, where mist clings like clouds that couldn’t quite make it over.
The drones are coming. Not as flying deliverymen that bring diapers, books or soup cans to your home, a vision put forth by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to much fanfare a little more than a year ago.
Photos by Rajesh Kumar Singh Magh Mela, the annual month long Hindu religious fair, began January 5, 2015 and ends on February 17 in Allahabad, India.
For today’s installment of AP’s Worldview: Daily Life series, we focus on Haiti.