Archive for category: Photojournalism

the Times journalists speak with Anderson Cooper

the Times journalists speak with Anderson Cooper

As much as I have read of their accounts in Libya, its a whole other thing to hear them and watch them. I am still so happy that they are back safe but hearing everything they had to go through is incredibly scary. Watch them on Anderson Coopers show which […]

Eman Mohammed: What Lies Beneath the Rubble/Aftermath of War in the Gaza Strip

Eman Mohammed: What Lies Beneath the Rubble/Aftermath of War in the Gaza Strip

Incredible work by Eman Mohammed on the Inge Morath site. In Eman’s words: “One of the main goals in this project is to enter deeply, creating  a connected photographic story. Unlike a single photo or a sequence of single images, which are common in photojournalism, I am trying to express […]

Terminal Bar – clip from the DVD

Terminal Bar – clip from the DVD

“Stefan Nadelman’s Terminal Bar is a document of the infamous New York City dive located across the street from the Port Authority bus terminal near Times Square. Stefan’s father, Sheldon, was a bartender at the Terminal from 1972 to 1982 and took thousands of photographs of the drunks, drug dealers, […]

The Devils Mountain by Thomas Lekfeldt

The Devils Mountain by Thomas Lekfeldt

“A vast amount of rubble from bombed buildings, Echelon, David Lynch, luxury apartments and an unfinished Nazi military academy. These are just some of the ingredients in the bizarre story of Teufelsberg, a hill in Berlin, Germany” See more from the project on the Moment Agencies website, here.