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Proof Award. Apply Now.

Ed Kashi for Proof Ed is pleased to announce the Award for “Emerging Photojournalist” from PROOF. Submission deadline is 5pm, March 15th, 2012. Learn more here.

January 30, 2012

Ghana follows in the footsteps of the Niger Delta

Christiane Badgley is reporting on Ghana and the Gulf of Guinea where oil companies are exploiting the region and leaving the local population vulnerable to environmental and economic disaster.   iWatch News (Center for Public Integrity) has a feature article and video out, as does the Pulitzer Center. In...

January 26, 2012

JENREN

Jenren “curates for inspiration.”  In the company of Nick Knight, Alex Majoli and more, Ed has been highlighted in Jenny Barnes’ website, Jenren, today.

January 24, 2012

Kashi in Penang

18 Jan – 07 Feb 2012 100 Photographers from 32 Countries Winners, including Ed Kashi, from Arles’ Photography Open Salon 2011 — theme ” Transience” — will be shown together in Penang, Malaysia at the Alliance Francaise.

January 23, 2012

“My Wife’s Fight with Breast Cancer”

Please consider attending the New York City exhibition “The Battle We Didn’t Choose,” a photo-documentary show and fund raiser by Angelo Merendino. The photos (seen on CNN Photos today) chronicle Angelo’s wife’s battle with cancer with a depth, honesty and sincerity that is startling. Together, they present of story love,...

January 19, 2012

3 Qualities of a Photojournalist

In a recent interview Ed was asked to name 3 qualities of a photojournalist. This is his reply, illustrated through the work “Afghanistan: A Darkness Visible” by Seamus Murphy. Produced by MediaStorm, the recently completed multimedia piece spans 3 decades in the turbulent nation. 1. CURIOSITY Afghanistan was not...

January 19, 2012

LOCAL – NYC – FREE

Here’s your chance to see Ed’s work on the big screen! Awarded “Best Short: environment” by ARTIVIST, Julie Winokur’s film, with photos and video by Ed Kashi, “The Leaves Keep Falling” will be showing (free admission) at Columbia University’s Miller Theatre on Wednesday, Jan 25 at 6pm. Click here...

January 18, 2012

new face at VII: Kimberly Soenen

Ed is pleased to welcome Kimberly Soenen as Director of Business Development and Project Funding for VII Photo. Soenen brings nearly 20 years of experience working as a writer, business development consultant and communications strategist for Harper’s Magazine, National Public Radio, Kartemquin Films and the Chicago Tribune. Soenen comments, “What compelled...

January 10, 2012

FAbP#3b: Working Together in 2012

Frequently Asked by Photojournalists #3: There comes a time in every photojournalist’s journey when the desire to quantify one’s impact is overwhelming. As a photojournalist who engages in concerned photography, naturally, it follows that one wants to know if the work is helping make the public socially and politically...

January 09, 2012

Exploring the Mighty Muddy

I’m thrilled to be able to give a shout out to Phyllis Dooney, who usually provides the wonderful blog posts here. She is in the midst of a project traveling along the Mississippi River and sending photos, words and more at The Mighty Muddy.

January 02, 2012

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