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December 18, 2013

Helping a Fallen Freelancer

There are some iconic images that stick in our minds when we reflect on the past 11 years about Iraq. Perhaps footage of US contractors who were killed and dragged through the streets of Fallujah. Or George W. Bush ducking a flying shoe during a press conference in Baghdad....

October 30, 2013

Inside-Outside

The Syrian Civil War has been raging since 2011, creating a refugee population of over 2 million. Fleeing their homes to escape the violence of war, these people have been seeking shelter in neighboring countries like Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, and Turkey. Striving to create a stronger public connection with...

August 16, 2013

Climate Change: Our Uncertain Future

“Over the past 50 years, the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate in recorded history. In May 2013, carbon emissions reached the new record level of 400ppm, one more grim milestone for the future of our planet.” A planet so dependent on environmentally damaging fuels like...

July 08, 2013

Evolution of War Photography

With Independence Day at our heels, the United States basks in reverence of the history of our 237 year old nation. As we watch firework displays and sing along to patriotic tunes, we remember not only the day the Declaration of Independence was signed, but also the fight it...