“I may not remember people’s names or my mobile number but I remember this moment like it was yesterday. How the cold rain hit my back, the smell of the water from Angkor’s moat, the sound of the rain hitting the causeway. My favourite images are moments like that. I still remember every little detail […]Read more "Darren Whiteside"
Walter Astrada was born in 1974 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He started his career as a staff photographer at the local, La Nacion newspaper. After a formative trip through South America, he joined the Associated Press in Bolivia and later in Argentina, Paraguay and then the Dominican Republic. From March 2005 until March 2006 […]Read more "Walter Astrada"
Kena Betancur is a Colombian Born Visual Journalist based in New York Area since 2011, where she covers international news for agencies such as Getty Images,Efe, AFP, Reuters she is also co founder of a micro agency VIEWpress images. Kena, began as a Photographer at the age of 13 working in her parents Studio […]Read more "Kena Betancur"
Alice Lemarin has always been interested in images. Passionate about cinema, she made her first videos and had fun making short films before breaking her video camera. It is however this event, at the age of 16, that will allow her to discover her mother’s old camera. This discovery marks the beginning of her adventure […]Read more "Alice Lemarin"
Abir Abdullah is an epa photographer based in Bangladesh. Abir Abdullah was born in 1971. Started photography career in 1996 at Drik Picture Library, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is currently working for the European Pressphoto Agency (EPA) as Bangladesh correspondent. Photographs published in Blink, Time, Newsweek, Der Speigel, New Internationalist, Guardian, International Herald Tribune, Asiaweek, […]Read more "ABIR ABDULLAH"
Allison Joyce is a Boston born photojournalist based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. At the age of 19 she left school at Pratt Institute and moved to Iowa to cover the 2008 Presidential Race where she worked as a campaign photographer for Hillary Clinton. The experience inspired her travels around the world covering social issues. As a […]Read more "Allison Joyce"
Breaking through the glass “Time is a jet plane, it moves so fast” and in its impetuous flight people and things rushing before our eyes are bound to hide their inner essence. Within this endless time flow we roam, craving a single moment of sincerity. Photography is the way to stop a moment and have […]Read more "Alisa Resnik"
Joseph Szabo is a teacher, photographer and author. He taught photography and art at Malverne High School on Long Island for 27 years and for over 20 years at the International Center of Photography in Manhattan. His 1978 book, “Almost Grown,” featured many of his students and was acclaimed as one of the “Best Books […]Read more "Joseph Szabo"
My photographic and moving image based work has been concerned with hierarchies of vision, surveillance and contested territories. Previous work includes Insecurity (1995-2005) which examined the global phenomenon of privatized global security, utilizing this modern hyper-industry as a metaphor for analyzing global insecurity. Subsequent projects have included Kill House (2005), a photographic navigation through a […]Read more "Insecurity, Christopher Stewart"