Ours is a divisive, celebrity-obsessed culture in which certain individuals are deified or prosecuted in the court of public opinion depending on the week, and we can all dream of being on reality TV. Half of us seem to go gaga over a celebrity’s every move, while the other half turns up their noses at the whole thing. When Dutch...
October 11, 2016
More than 20 years after she broke into fashion photography with her personal, intimate images of her friends, Pamela Hanson is still sought by editorial and advertising clients for the style that has become her trademark. While the fashion world is constantly chasing new trends, clients such as Michael Kors, Esprit, Christian Dior, Lindex and numerous magazines in Europe and... More »
October 10, 2016
As the 2016 International AIDS Conference prepared to open in Durban, South Africa, this past July, the Seattle Times published a two-part story that connected their readers both to the conference and to communities half a world away. The special report detailed how Seattle’s Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is working in South Africa to develop a vaccine for HIV/AIDS.... More »
October 5, 2016
Thirty-five years into his career, Mark Peterson is surging again. His new project, called “Political Theater,” with its stark black-and-white photographs inspired by the classics of film noir, lacerates the pretense, egos, and stage-managed “optics” of presidential politics. Peterson will turn the groundbreaking project into a book this fall. And it is bringing him plenty of assignment work, covering the... More »