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Photographer Profile - Who We Talked To in 2016

By David Schonauer   Tuesday December 27, 2016

This week we thought we would try something different by looking back at some of the photographer profiles we featured in 2016. First a few words about these texts: We call them profiles, but they're perhaps closer to interviews, with some added context. At any rate, we've had the chance to talk to many talented, dedicated, funny, warm, and courageous photographers over ...   Read the full Story >>

Illustrator Profile - Peter Arkle: "I like to look at real life"

By Robert Newman   Thursday December 22, 2016

Peter Arkle is an illustrator and visual journalist who is based in Manhattan's East Village. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, as well as in a recent book created with Amy Goldwasser, All Black Cats Are Not Alike. Arkle is known for his graphic storytelling; his work is smart and involved, and he is passionate about his subjects. Arkle explains ...   Read the full Story >>

Photographer Profile - Erin Trieb: "I wanted people to experience what I had seen"

By David Schonauer   Tuesday December 20, 2016

The Afghans who worked for the American military as interpreters risked their lives for the United States, and many would like to come to America. "Now they're stuck, and their families' lives are in danger," says photojournalist Erin Trieb, who worked closely with Smithsonian magazine to tell the stories of interpreters who have been barred from entering the US. "I've always felt ...   Read the full Story >>

Illustrator Profile - Marie Assenat: "I never stop learning"

By Robert Newman   Thursday December 15, 2016

Marie Assenat is a Brooklyn-based illustrator who grew up in Paris and went to school in Belgium. Her illustrations have appeared in The New Yorker and The New York Times, and she recently completed an animation project for Tiffany & Co. in Japan. Assent also works on creating packaging and clothing pattern design. Her work is charming and stylish, created with gouache, ink, colored ...   Read the full Story >>

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