Ben Robison for Stanford Medicine

Portraits for Tracie White’s story about the role of art in medicine. “Ben Robison, a medical student and professional violinist, is collaborating with a painter-physician on a website and tour that enables health care workers to make and interact with art.”  

In Print

For Stanford Medicine Magazine, the opening spread for a story about Dr. Emmanuel Mignot and his narcoleptic Chihuahua, Watson. A doctor and his Chihuahua make explaining narcolepsy look elementary By Becky Bach Photography by Lenny Gonzalez

Watson and Mignot

Emmanuel Mignot, director of the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine, with his narcoleptic dog, Watson.   Full article in Stanford Medicine Magazine, here –

Recent Work – Dr. Verghese

I photographed Dr. Abraham Verghese for Stanford Medical School earlier this year. I just read a story about him in the The New York Times.  He is concerned that medical students rely too much on technology and equipment and not enough on their senses to examine and diagnose patients. There is a lot to the…

Light & Airy – Dr. Roham Zamanian

Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension is a serious condition that damages pulmonary blood vessels. With proper treatment only 60% of PAH patients survive beyond 5 years of diagnosis. Dr. Zamanian treats people with PAH at Stanford’s Vera Moulton Wall Center for Pulmonary Vascular Disease. I found this tree while scouting for backgrounds. I immediately thought of the…

The Bobo Doll Experiment

I heard Dr. Albert Bandura on PRI’s The World last week. He is famous for his Social Learning Theory and the Bobo Doll experiment used to study behavior and observed aggression. I photographed him for Stanford Magazine. I find that the older I get, my interest in social psychology grows. I’m sure it has a…

error: Content is protected !!