Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Old Order – by Peter Marovich


Washington, D.C.- based photojournalist Peter Marovich has been working on an essay documenting the Rhodes family, a Mennonite family with 9 children in Virginia.

Super Bowl XLIV for SI – by Gary Bogdon


Orlando-based magazine and advertising photographer Gary Bogdon photographed Super Bowl XLIV for Sports Illustrated from a very unique angle.

Marijuana Dispensaries – by Matt Slaby


Denver-based freelancer Matt Slaby recently photographed a marijuana dispensary on assignment for The Wall Street Journal.

The Promised Land – by Steve Remich


Virginia-based freelancer Steve Remich photographed a group of settlers living in a tent camp in a Bolivian jungle.

Sexuality Project – by Andrew Spear

College Sexuality

Ohio University senior Andrew Spear has been working on a project about sexuality. You can look, but don’t touch!

Antarctic Images – by Thomas Pickard


Thomas Pickard is an Australian born photographer currently residing in Bangkok and has traveled to 35 countries and shares some photos from a recent trip to Antarctica on his blog.

Jim Marshall was a bad ass – By Brad Mangin


San Francisco-based freelance sports photographer Brad Mangin blogs about the passing of his friend, the legendary rock photographer Jim Marshall.

Bravo Battery – by Michael Ip


NYC-based photojournalist Michael Ip spent some time at Camp Blanding, Fla. as a member of the battalion with a New York National Guard unit conducting their annual two-week training.

The World Traveler – by Eric Thayer


Eric Thayer is a freelance photojournalist formerly based in New York and is now traveling the world documenting his visual experiences on his blog.

“Shake Me” Music Video – by David Bergman


Manhattan-based music and sports photographer David Bergman recently spent a week on the road with a band shooting a music video with a Nikon D3S.