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, 2017
Kat Borchart’s photography career started to take off three years ago, when the kitchen and bath brand simplehuman needed a photographer, and a friend who was directing a video for the company recommended her. “I put a PDF together of my beauty work [test shoots] that was in line with what they were looking for, but that recommendation was half... More »
October 2, 2017
While on assignment for Bloomberg Businessweek to photograph a high-profile hackathon in Germany, Antoine Bruy found he was decidedly unwelcome. Most hackers prefer anonymity, and they were blunt about their displeasure at Bruy’s presence. “A lot of people told me to go away, or to stop making pictures,” Bruy says. “For the first two hours I worked there, I thought:... More »
September 29, 2017
In an industry where women are underrepresented, women photographers and editors are often teaming up to help support their fellow women, and to bring attention to the work of women of color. Photographer Johanne Rahaman, who is working on a long-term project documenting black communities in Florida, says that women photographers have been “the force” behind her project coming to... More »