During the summer months in Boulder, Colorado, locals and visitors migrate to Boulder Creek to play, relive tradition, and escape the heat. In this Rocky Mountain town of 100,000, a flowing creek provides the ideal environment to create and channel summertime experiences into lasting memories. Due to the nature of seasonality in the northern hemisphere, [...]
PdfX12, an online, monthly free photo journal, presents “Trail of Tears”, the winning story of the inaugural Pierre and Alexandra Boulat Association Grant. “Trail of Tears documents the issue of Congolese women suffering from sexual violence committed by Congolese and Rwandan rebels and male civilians. The work is presented as a downloadable PDF file that can be [...]
When I started looking at photojournalist Justin Mott’s website, I could not get past the first essay. It just plain stopped me cold. Mott has an excellent essay about the Ba Vi Orphanage near Hanoi, Vietnam that is caring for 124 severely disabled and abandoned children that are believed to be 3rd generation Agent Orange [...]
Washington D.C. photographer Stephen Voss spent some time in Detroit recently and visited some of the closed public schools there. Nearly 30 public schools sit empty in Detroit, having been closed due to budget cuts. Many of the closed schools were left unsecured and subsequently have been vandalized and torn apart by thieves looking for [...]
Misha Domozhilov’s essay, Enclave, is about everyday life in the Serbian enclave in Kosovska Mitrivica. Although Serbia considers Kosovo as its territory, over 80 countries recognize its independence. See the essay at: domozhilov.com. Please feel free to return to this page and comment on the work we have featured. Readers of the 37thFrame as well [...]
2007 Emerging Photographer Fund finalist Chris Bickford is working on a long-term project on the feast of Carnival and the multitude of expressions it has taken on worldwide. For the last two winters he travelled to Italy to document the Carnival of Venice, one of the oldest and most vibrant Carnival celebrations in [...]
Former USA Weekend director of photography Matt Mendelsohn captured election history at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. His image is of a group of twenty or so people huddled over a transistor radio, silently listening to Barack Obama give his acceptance speach on election night. All we can say is very very cool! Read more on Matt [...]
On May 4, 2008, cyclone Nargris ripped through the southern delta region of Burma. Photojournalist Adam Dean covered the aftermath. View his images of the catastrophe on his website at www.adamdean.net.