by Jason Kersten
How an untrained gardener created a
Versailles-inspired landscape at the Trump National Golf Club.
The New Yorker, October
The Feds can't see them. Or hear the digging. They
don't know how many there are or where they are headed. They know only
that the tunnels are coming. And when they cross our border, when the
soil gives way and the drugs start flowing, it's already too late.
Jason Kersten uncovers a battleground hidden beneath our feet.
GQ, December 2014
Art and conservation go together like paint on
canvas. A portrait of the artist
The Nature Conservancy
Magazine, cover story, Issue 3, 2013.
America's most creative piece of real estate
is surrendering its roots to tourist dollars. With remembrances that
include awkward dinners with Warhol and
Burroughs, elevator rides with Peter O'Toole,
in the basement with Dee Dee Ramone,
be the last oral history of the Chelsea Hotel.
Manhattan Magazine, April 2013
Welcome to El Uno
What does it take
to restore a short-grass praire in the heart of Mexico’s drug war? You
need to make a very big statement.
The Nature Conservancy Magazine, cover story, Issue 4, 2011.
A summer in nature changed Joshua's life—now he's returning the favor.
Energizing the conservation movement, one kid at a time.
The Nature Conservancy Magazine, cover story, Issue 2, 2011.
Harris-Moore was just another troubled teen on the run from the law.
Then—with no flight training whatsoever— he started stealing airplanes,
and became America's most famous teen outlaw.
Rolling Stone, May 2010
never-before-seen artifacts from Mafia families, a new museum on the
Vegas strip is about to bring us closer to the mob than Hollywood ever
could. In a groundbreaking article that adds to history, the children
of the world's most
famous mobsters reveal bombshell facts unknown until now. It's an offer
Maxim, December 2010
1500-mile chase through some of the West's most unforgiving wilderness,
outsmarting them at every turn. No one knew his identity—until now.
Journal, March 2007
The Art of Making Money
In an era
counterfeiting has become the domain of amateurs, one of the last
masters reveals how he conquered the 1996 New Note and printed
For one priceless moment, his father was proud.
Rolling Stone, July 2005
of the Dead
camping in the New Mexican desert. Only one emerged alive. When trial
begins this month, their diary will help decide: Was it mercy or murder?
Maxim, January 2000
"Now We Teach
You How to Bow"
What's it like to be torturned, interrogated, and
thrown into solitary
confinement for three years? In his last interview, an America hero
told us about his stay at the Hanoi Hilton. By the late U.S.A.F. Col.
Ted Guy, as told to Jason Kersten.
Maxim, July/August 1999