Posts Tagged 'Framework'

“Like one punch in the face after another”

A big thanks to Armand Emamdjomeh for featuring my work on the Los Angeles Times’ photography blog, Framework.  I have to say that reading someone describe my photos as “Like one punch in the face after another” is one of nicest things I’ve ever heard.  Those words will keep me motivated.

You can read the interview here, but unfortunately some of the photos that were included in the profile were not shown.  So I posted the entire series here. (Which you can see after the jump).

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Photography Link Roundup


Photo Courtesy of WellesleyPDPhoto.com

• Terrorists “sick of being treated like photographers.” [NewsArse.com]

• The LA Times launches a new photography and video blog to focus on visual storytelling. [Framework]

• The Denver Post has some of the only color photographs from the Great Depression up on its photo blog. The images, taken by photographers from the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, cover four years in small-town rural America. [Denver Post]

• Delving into police abuses that took place after Hurricane Katrina, The New Orleans Times-Picayune uncovers evidence that police beat up two citizens and a photojournalist from the Toronto Star. [Times-Picayune]



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