June 27, 2017
Do The Right Thing: interview with PDN
I was interviewed by PDN about some of the choices I’ve had to make while covering stories, access and connecting to subjects, and responsibilities to my audience. Along with David Guttenfelder, Nina Berman, Victor J. Blue, and fellow VII photographer Sim Chi Yin, our interview excerpts can be found...
June 12, 2017
Talking Eyes Media: Multimedia Social Activism
LinkedIn Learning created a short documentary about how Talking Eyes Media came to be: Multimedia Social Activism “Ed Kashi—a leading voice in the photojournalism and visual storytelling community—always wanted to disappear as a photographer. Julie Winokur—an accomplished writer and filmmaker—has a penchant for words. Through Talking Eyes Media—a non-profit...
June 08, 2017
I was recently interviewed by RenderForest about my journey starting out as a young photographer and my experiences in the field, my views on modern photographic technology, and embracing the changes in the profession. You can read more here: https://www.renderforest.com/blog/interview-with-ed-kashi
June 03, 2017
Radio Interview with CBC: The Current
Featured image by Ali Arkady I was recently interviewed by Anna Maria Tremonti of The Current: CBC Radio regarding Ali Arkady, my mentee from VII, and his recently released piece on Iraqi war crimes. From CBC: “When Iraqi photographer Ali Arkady gained the trust of an elite unit...
April 29, 2017
PureNonfiction LIVE at the Montclair Film Festival
Save the date! Julie Winokur and I will be joining Thom Powers in conversation for a live recording session of his podcast Pure NonFiction during the acclaimed Montclair Film Festival in Montclair, NJ. “Montclair-based documentary photographer Ed Kashi and filmmaker Julie Winokur (Talking Eyes Media) are married with two children,...
March 09, 2017
Bring it to the Table on the Washington Post
The Washington Post featured Bring it to the Table this morning on their site, bringing attention to the successful political engagement that becomes possible through civil discourse. Julie Winokur started this project in 2012 when our son Eli challenged her intolerance of conservative beliefs. These efforts to revive civility have...
March 25, 2016
From the Syrian Refugee Crisis to the California Drought: Photojournalism and Advocacy
Join us for an evening of great photography. World-renowned photographer, Ed Kashi, will present his work in photojournalism and advocacy covering leading stories from around the world. Moderator Geri Miglielicz will follow up with an interview and Q&A with the audience. Book signing & light refreshments will conclude the...
March 07, 2016
Photo Aesthetics Interview & Palo Alto Workshop
You can click here (or visit the link below) to read a piece about an interview Ed did with Mark Dubovoy of Photo Aesthetics. Photo Aesthetics is a website that focuses on exploring creative and technical aspects of photography. They produce and curate excellent photographic content and provide interesting insights. This...
June 26, 2015
Global Activism: La Isla Foundation
Jason Glaser of La Isla Foundation was recently interviewed on WBEZ’s Worldview about his work surrounding the epidemic of kidney disease among sugarcane workers in Nicaragua. “La Isla Foundation was formed in 2008 after independent filmmaker Jason Glaser met Juan Salgado, a community organizer from Candelaria, Nicaragua. Jason was...
June 11, 2015
Ed Kashi Interviews: Racial Profiling
Ed Kashi (VII) was recently interviewed by Daily Photo News about his project on racial profiling in Europe. In his interview, he discusses his experience shooting this project as well as his opinions on police profiling in Europe and how it compares to profiling in the United States. “I...