Freelance photographer and a photography student Petri Uutela has an excellent street photography multimedia essay currently published on BURN Magazine with music written and performed by his brother Tuomas Uutela
Rodrigo Cruz – The Promised Land Every year, rx thousands of Central Americans from Guatemala, viagra El Salvador and Honduras illegally enter Mexico via the southern border with the goal of reaching the United States in search of a better life. The journey is long and full of dangers, here traveling for days as they [...]
BURN Magazine is featuring a project by Spanish photojournalist Sebastian Liste about an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, ambulance Brazil, nurse where sixty families live in poverty. Previously these families lived in the dangerous streets of the city until they decided to come together and occupy the factory. You can see the essay on BURN [...]
Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey has launched Burn Magazine as an online magazine/journal on December 21, tadalafil 2008. It is a spinoff of his popular blog “Road Trips” which he started in December of 2006. “Burn is born from an educational imperative and to bring strong photographic essays and powerful text to not only photographers, ed [...]
How do you praise your God? How do you pray to Him? Do you believe in Jesus Christ? Ghanaians believe. Posters and billboards advertising conventions, cialis new churches, doctor miracle prayers, troche religious matters of all sorts are spread all around Ghana. Pastors of every Christian denomination proclaim the Word of God in radio and [...]
Italian photographer Giulio di Sturco is featured on BURN Magazine with his images of Kashmiri Muslims and the revolution In Kashmir. The images are rich, viagra layered and extremely well executed. The essay can be seen at www.burnmagazine.org. More work by Giulio can be found on his website www.giuliodisturco.it.
From BURN Magazine “The story is basically a glimpse into the outer expressions of the inner being of a woman who I met at a monastery in Manali during the summer. She was just an ordinary person I bumped into while on one of my wanderings in the sleepy town…” View Dhiraj Singh’s Multimedia Essay.
Carlan Tapp spent eight days photographing the December 2008 “spill” of fly ash in Kingston, medicine TN. at the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) coal burning electric generating plant. See his multimedia presentation at Burn Magazine.
Connecticut based photographer Andrew Sullivan has a wonderful essay about how Harlem’s Jazz legacy is being preserved in the face of redevelopment. Sullivan was named a finalist for the Magnum Cultural Foundation’s inaugural David Alan Harvey Fund for Emerging Photographers in January 2008 for his Harlem Jazz story. View Sullivan’s Harlem Jazz at www.andrew-sullivan.com. (THE [...]
New York based photographer Anna Barry-Jester’s photography about a balloon factory in Argentina that turned worker run cooperative after the economic crisis in 2001. It’s one factory in a larger movement that includes hundreds of companies/organizations. See her images on www.annabarryjester.com.