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World Bank Exhibition and Lecture on March 3rd

I am preparing to be in Washington, DC this Tuesday, March 3, for a short lecture to open a week long symposium being held by the World Bank at it’s Washington, DC headquarters. There will also be a small exhibition of 7 very large prints of my work from...

February 28, 2009

Speak Portugese?

Thanks to photographer Antero de Alda, Ed’s work has been displayed in Portugal for all to enjoy. Take a look at these sites: Os Dias Todo Siguais – Gallery Os Dias Todo Siguais

February 27, 2009

Ed’s Recent Lectures and Workshops

Ed’s talents as a photographer and filmmaker may be well known, but he also takes great pride in his role as a mentor and educator. As Mesa College Art Gallery director Alessandra Moctezuma explains, “The idea of utilizing his work as a tool for change, this whole concept of...

February 20, 2009

Ted Green’s Tech Blog for Photographers

Hey all…my IT guy, Ted Green, has a blog that could be quite helpful for photographers to better understand storage needs and other aspects of the digital revolutution that is forcing us to know more about technology than we ever wanted to know. Here it is and hope it...

February 16, 2009

Dispatch from San Diego for Niger Delta Opening

I am in San Diego this week for an opening and series of lectures on my work from the Niger Delta. Yesterday I spent a couple of hours talking to high school and college students, as well as members of the public, about my work, the issues revolving around...

February 12, 2009

Look for My Blog Posts on Livebooks’ RESOLVE

Starting this week, Livebooks will be presenting a blog site for photographers that I will be a contributor to. My first blog post, from India, has just gone up and there will be more to follow in the coming days, weeks and months. Click on the link below to...

February 12, 2009

Aging In America Exhibition in Green Bay, Wisconsin

If anybody is passing through Green Bay in the coming days, please dress warmly (!) but also check out the link below and visit the Neville Public Museum to see my work from the Aging in America project. It’s wonderful to see this work live on and continue to...

February 11, 2009

THREE Now Available for Pre-Order

THREE is now available for pre-order through Amazon.

February 10, 2009

“Curse” – Featured Exhibit at New Website

Here’s another chance to check out Curse along with other exhibits spotlighting global issues of concern that impact us all. “SocialDocumentary.net is a new website for photographers, NGOs, journalists, editors, and students to create and explore documentary websites investigating critical issues facing the world today.” Check out Ed’s Exhibit

February 09, 2009

What Happened to Hometown, Pennsylvania

Please check out our newest multimedia story for AARP about, WHAT HAPPENED TO HOMETOWN?, currently featured on AARP’s website, which profiles this rural community in light of the nation’s current economic crisis. Hometown’s economy, like that of the rest of the country, has fallen on hard times, facing layoffs,...

February 09, 2009