January 28, 2014

NY Times Lens Blog: “Making Pictures, Finding Solutions in Nicaragua”

Featured today on the New York Times Lens Blog, David Gonzalez writes about Nicaragua’s kidney disease crisis that is the subject of Ed Kashi’s documentary project, Island of Widows. A gallery of images by Ed Kashi (VII) from the Nicaragua project is coupled with text on the situation and quotes...

November 12, 2013

The Homecoming Project – Expansion Campaign

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are just two kinds of wounds US military members frequently face, often having detrimental effects on suffering veterans.  “Throughout 2010-2012 the US military lost more service members to suicide than it did to combat related deaths in Iraq and...

September 04, 2013

Thank you to the supporters of #SANDY!

#SANDY is a book of iPhone photographs of Hurricane Sandy, taken by an array of acclaimed photographers. Creating a comprehensive record of Sandy’s tragic impact and making strides toward recovery after this disaster, #SANDY is an important project for our history. #SANDY is not only a critical documentary piece,...

August 05, 2013

Frame by Frame

In 1996, the Taliban ruled over Afghanistan and placed a ban on photography. When that strict regime was taken out of power in 2001, after the American invasion that autumn, photography became legal again. With the medium’s innate ability to tell a story, “the need for local journalism in...