Photographer

John Tlumacki

A staff photographer for 30 years, Tlumacki was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in photography for his coverage of the fall of the Berlin Wall. His assignments have included war refugees in Uganda, three winter Olympics, to surveillance photos of corrupt public servants.

Latest stories

Police break up protest at pipeline construction site

By J.D. Capelouto and , Globe Correspondent and Globe staff

“The clergy will pray and sing until the police place them under arrest,” the group wrote in a statement before the rally.

Photos: Tattoos help bombing survivor Sydney Corcoran to heal

By , Globe Staff

“I love expressing myself,” Boston Marathon Bombing survivor Sydney Corcoran said about the many tattoos that now grace her body.

Funeral held for former Mafia figure Frank Angiulo in North End

By , Globe Staff

Angiulo had been the last surviving brother in a crime family that ran the Mafia from a tiny North End office from the 1960s to the 1980s.

Corcorans join Air National Guard pilot for special fight

By and Emily Z. Fortier , Globe Staff

Marathon bombing survivors Celeste and Sydney Corcoran joined one of the top aerobatic pilots in the country for a flight over the Merrimack Valley.