Archive for category: Photojournalism

spotlight on Marcus Bleasdale

spotlight on Marcus Bleasdale

Having always been a fan of Marcus Bleasdale, I only knew his work through the VII site. Blew my mind to spend this jet-lagged morning exploring his website. See more, here.

C̩dric Gerbehaye РBorn in Blood

C̩dric Gerbehaye РBorn in Blood

One of the perks from working in the Time building is that I get Time magazine every week. This photo essay by Cédric Gerbehaye, on the conflict in Sudan is both heart-wrenching and phenomenal. From Time: “In Sudan, birth can sometimes seem merely more opportunity for death. Africa’s largest country […]

Stephanie Sinclair – Tatiana and Krista’s Special Connection

Stephanie Sinclair – Tatiana and Krista’s Special Connection

Incredible photo essay by Stephanie Sinclair on Tatiana and Krista Hogan – 4 year old conjoined twins. From VII’s website: Meet Tatiana and Krista Hogan, 4-year-old conjoined twins whose brains are linked by a neural bridge. They were born in 2006 to parents Felicia Simms and Brendan Hogan of British […]

Young, Angry and Wired – Michael Christopher Brown

Young, Angry and Wired – Michael Christopher Brown

Michael Christopher Brown took these photos using his cell phone. I’m sort of loving the cell phone picture taking that is happening – its having a moment, theres a lot out there but it too will pass. But the concept of being able to take these oil-painting-like-photos using a hundred […]

Peter Hapak – the Cuban National Ballet

Peter Hapak – the Cuban National Ballet

I spent a month during my college years in Havana. Posters for the ballet were everywhere, and everybody I spoke to told me that I had to see them – absolutely could not leave the country without seeing them dance. Alas they were no shows while I was there. Being […]