Pete Marovich has created a series of images from items in the Harrisonburg Fire Department’s fire safety exhibit. The charred and burned items were collected by the fire department from fires in the city and have been a staple of the department’s fire safety education program for over 20 years. View BURNED here on Pete [...]
Washington, D.C. based freelance photojournalist Astrid Riecken was recently named the White House News Photographer Association’s Still Photographer of the Year. One of the essays in her winning portfolio is a beautifully photographed black and white piece about Jazz legend Edward ‘Butch’ Warren. Warren played with Jazz greats Miles Davis, Donald Byrd, Dexter Gordon, Herbie [...]
New York Times staff photojournalist Damon Winter has a narrated multimedia presentation on the Time web site from his coverage of Senator Obama on the campaign trail. View Damon Winter’s images on the New York Times website.
Michelle Obama’s great-great-grandfather, Jim Robinson, worked as a slave on the Friendfield Plantation in Georgetown, S.C. Many of the slave quarters on the plantation still stand untouched and alone on the property. View the Washington Post Story: A Family’s Exodus from Slavery
The San Jose Mercury News multimedia story about Sunnyvale Mobile Home dwellers fighting for their homes then relocate after developers take over their property. View Uprooted at the San Jose Mercury News website.
An essay by political photojournalist Pete Marovich is being featured on David Alan Harvey’s BURN Magazine. The essay is a collection of images that he has made over the past few years covering politics in the Nation’s Capitol. View the essay on BURN Magazine.
A collection of wire service images from the Sukkot festival around the West Bank commemorating the 40 years of wandering in the desert after the exodus of Jews from Egypt some 3200 years ago. The week-long festival starts in mid-October. View the images on the Denver Post’s Captured Blog.