Our Matron Saint of Comedy. December 2016. Louie Anderson is coming back into his own after his new role on on the TV show Baskets. Here, Louie peaks out from behind the curtain during a portrait session.
Ackerman + Gruber
Minneapolis, MN. Alternative Schools. May 2016. Societal norms of gender expression pervade school hallways nationwide. Bullying based on gender expression are among the first forms of harassment that young people learn and experience. This series explores some of the transgender and gender-nonconforming students in one high school in Minnesota.
An abandoned home that was crushed by a tree. Pawleys Island, South Carolina. What Hurricane Matthew Left Behind in the Carolinas. October 2016. For a story on the how Hurricane Matthew affected North and South Carolina.
Maria Cleary reads a novel on the beach during the Wildwoods Kite Festival in Wildwood, New Jersey. Wildwoods Kite Festival. May 2016. For a story on the Wildwoods Kite Festival for AARP.
YY in Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY. YY in Red. November 2016. I photograph people who live in the same city and are related to each other by profession. I am involved in Downtown New York performing arts scene since 2012. While photographing theatre and dance, I developed a personal friendship with many of performer's. This relationship has given me the opportunity to focus on a series of portraits, spanning what I feel is a Renaissance in performance art in the City of New York. I want to present these people to the viewer, as they are, outside of their everyday life and their performing life. New York 2016
Snoop Dogg arrives in Seattle. April 2016. Hip hop icon Snoop Dogg traveled to Seattle to promote his new line of recreational marijuana products, Leafs by Snoop.
Batman and Robin enjoy couples yoga. June 2016.
Varanasi, India. ‘Brick Workers’. November 2016. Brick building in India is a back breaking tough work compounded by issues such as bonded labor, exploitation of the poor, uneducated. Estimates show that there are over 100.000 kilns all over India with and estimated 12.5 million to 25 million people working.
Varanasi, India. ‘Brick Workers’. Brick building in India is a back breaking tough work compounded by issues such as bonded labor, exploitation of the poor, uneducated. Estimates show that there are over 100.000 kilns all over India with and estimated 12.5 million to 25 million people working.
Danny. December 2016. Danny on the last day of 2016. A portrait for his upcoming music project. Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Portrait of Hannah. October 2016. Personal work.
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson. "Urban Planners". February 2016. A portrait of Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, creators of the show "Broad City," for a cover story in Backstage Magazine. I wanted the image to be beautiful and wistful, and have an undertone of humor. The ladies were perfect.
Linda Rodin. Good Housekeeping. September 2016. Linda Rodin photographed for the first annual Awesome Women Awards
BDSM Bear. August 2016. Image is from a series of photo illustrations depicting sexual kinks for StyleCaster.
Houston, Texas. Hell and High Water. March 2016. Houston, home to millions of people and one of the largest shipping lanes in the world, is unprepared for potential ecological and economic disaster. Its ship channel is a crucial route for crude oil, plastics and pesticides, and is flanked by 10 major refineries and dozens of chemical plants.
Aaron McKenzie Fraser
Sambro, Nova Scotia. May 2016. With East Cost Girl Gang, stylist and client Nadyne Kasta and I wanted to to create a series of images that not only showcased her East Coast t-shirts but served as a reminder of the importance and transformative power of female friendships, specifically those of women living in the Maritimes.
Don Cheadle. March 2016. The actor/ director of the Miles Davis biopic 'Miles Ahead', photographed for The Guardian Weekend magazine at The Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles.
Duke Riley. Brooklyn Navy Yard.. Fly By Night. Test flight. May 2016. Artist Duke Riley has trained over 2,000 pigeons to fly above the Brooklyn Navy Yard with tiny LED lights attacked to their ankles. This shot is a long exposure of the pigeons in flight aboard the Baylander, a decommissioned Navy vessel once used as a landing pad for helicopters during the Vietnam War.
Washington, D.C.The Women's March. On January 21, 2017 over a million men and women marched on Washington to protest Donald Trump's inauguration and to insist that all Americans are treated equally and with respect. This series, shot on assignment for Narratively, consists of portraits, scenes from the protest and interviews.
Michelle Williams. Paris.. La fee caboose. December 2016. Portrait of Michelle Williams, actress.
Johnnye Valien, 82, shot put. Italy. . January 2017. Racing Age is a 124-page hardcover book collection of documentary photographs and essays by photojournalist Angela Jimenez about competitive masters track & field athletes of retirement age and older who are redefining age one jump, throw and race at a time.
Joe Long, of the National Brotherhood of Skiers. The Fellowship. October 2016. For a feature in POWDER on the National Brotherhood of Skiers; an all African-American organization comprised of regional ski clubs from around the United States beginning in 1973. The goal of the National Brotherhood of Skiers is to come together at a yearly summit, while funding talented young black skiers who have the potential of making it to the U.S. Olympic Ski Team.
Lyndsey Kamide Photography
Cacti. February 2016. Sliver or Silver is a series depicting how a newly established relationship with my mother has informed my interest in how she and the single women in her life have continually influenced my own. Aging, youth and sexuality often intersect in this ongoing study.
Lyndsey Kamide Photography
Isobel Morris. This is Isobel. December 2016. Portrait of Isobel a trans-woman and artist four months into her transition.
3 kings festival, Chandor, Goa. September 2016. Time & Tide bring together photographs from two bodies of work. Anglo-Indians and Goa.The idea of a world no longer present or fast fading central to this work, also forms a primary thread in both these series shot between 1980-2004
Dania Beach, Florida. Pelota. February 2016. One from a personal project on Jai Alai.
Uniform 015 74 9121. January 2017. Turning soldiers into toys makes it easier to trivialize war and those who give their lives. Each subject in this series was hand painted. The images names are social security numbers, which was how military members were identified on their dog tags up until recently.
Europe's Refugee Crisis. January 2016. Refugees plead for family members to be allowed on to buses on September 18, 2015 in Tovarnik, Croatia. The migrants had just walked across the border from Serbia and were camped on a residential street awaiting transportation. Police regulated the flow of people by creating a cordon around the vehicles, but they could not confirm the final destination of the buses. This work is part of an ongoing project on Europe's refugee crisis.
Trajectories. September 2016. A contemporary series exploring the journey of still life objects as they move through time and space.
New York City. November 2016. Part of an ongoing project to document the participants of the countless marches and rallies taking place in opposition to the new President-Elect.
New York. Still Lives: Eva . May 2016. Eva is a sex doll with whom June Korea shares his daily life in the fantasy world he creates. As Korea explains, “Through life with Eva, I want to search for the meaning of loneliness that I most want to escape, and search for the meaning of eternity that I most wish for.”
Houston Master Pilot Sean Cook. December 2016. This was the lead image from my project on the Houston Ship Channel and Port Houston, the busiest port for deep-draft vessels in the United States. My project is 1 of 12 commissioned by The Atlantic on the theme of Landscapes of American Work. https://www.theatlantic.com/projects/landscapes-of-american-work/ The ship channel begins 5 miles east of Houston, runs through one of the largest petrochemical complexes in the world and terminates 52 miles later in the Gulf of Mexico. My project follows some of the key workers that make it operational.
Ramos Bros. Best Boy. April 2016. Earlier this year I was driving towards Joshua Tree and spotted circus trucks parked in the field in Yucca Valley. I stopped and found out that a circus had just rolled into town. The rest is in the pictures I was able to capture within the five days the circus was in town.
Bernie Sanders. Bernie Falling. October 2016. Bernie suddenly reacted to the political landscape was like falling off the 17th floor! How true he was!
Michael D Lundgren
The vast Sonoran Desert that many migrants walk across for over 50 miles to reach connections in the United States. Double Crossed. March 2016. Jose de Jesus Deniz-Sahagun was brought to the Eloy Detention Center in Arizona, a privately run prison for undocumented migrants, after turning himself in while attempting to cross into the United States from Mexico. He was found dead in his cell from an alleged suicide.
Emmys Host Jimmy Kimmel Lets Loose on His Bizarre Diet, Penis Pics and Why He Has All of Letterman's Neckties. September 2016. Jimmy Kimmel photographed as Sarah Paulson, the actress who portrays Marcia Clark in the television series 'The People v. OJ Simpson'. Photographed for an annual 'Emmy Issue'.
Dylan Coulter Photography
David Mayman. We Were Promised Jetpacks. June 2016. Is the Jetpack Movement Finally Taking Off? Personal flight, once a pipe dream, is now within our reach. But futuristic transportation does not come cheap.
Adam Ryan Morris
Virgil Cameron, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Lynching. July 2016. Outtake from a BuzzFeed News article on the fledgling America's Black Holocaust Museum and its founder -- who miraculously survived a lynching as a child.
Ahmed Qussai, 42, poses for a portrait with his children in their home at Debaga IDP camp not far from Mosul, in Iraq. The curse of oil in Iraqi Kurdistan. January 2017. A region once held up by the US as a beacon of hope in a broken Iraq, Kurdistan has instead — in oil’s name — fallen victim to corruption and war. And so the vision of a hopeful future was revealed for what it was all along: a pipe dream.
Fouad Hussein, a member of the regional council's oil and gas committee in Kirkuk, Iraq, poses for a portrait in his office. The curse of oil in Iraqi Kurdistan. January 2017. A region once held up by the US as a beacon of hope in a broken Iraq, Kurdistan has instead — in oil’s name — fallen victim to corruption and war. And so the vision of a hopeful future was revealed for what it was all along: a pipe dream.
Erin Patrice OBrien
Afropunk Series. August 2016. Portraits from Brooklyn's 2016 Afropunk Festival. Part of an ongoing series chronicling Afropunk's artists and attendees since 2010.
Houston Rodeo. Hands Up. March 2016. Growing up in Texas for me meant there's no other place that feels more like home. Having lived away for years now I have become sensitive to the things that I once overlooked in a place where I feel everything all at once; love, sadness, regret, adolescence, and brotherhood.
Knee in Water. February 2016. Photograph from a series of body parts submerged in colored water.
Big Prizes. August 2016. People hoping to win stuffed animals from a carnival game late one night at the Iowa State Fair. (NOTE: this photo was selected for the Greater Des Moines Exhibited show at the Polk County Heritage Gallery, November-December 2016 and for the Community Photography Showcase at the Des Moines Art Center, December 2016-January 2017.)
I am not a Buffalo, A Field Guide to the Great American Bison. July 2017. Portrait of a Bison. Photographed for the Carleton College Voice.
Blue Lagoon, Iceland. August 2016. This image is from a personal project exloring the magical island of Iceland from off the beaten path destinations as well as more traveled ones seen from a new perspective.
Croatia. (Dis)Connected. March 2017. This series is based on the idea that the current sense of disenfranchisement derives from the social and cultural disconnect we have from the natural world and the isolation that comes with it.
U.S. Army Wounded Soldiers Evacuation and Operation Training During The U.S. and South Korean Militaries Joint Military Drills in South Korea. March 2016. OSAN, SOUTH KOREA. Eighth Army is under the wounded soldiers evacuation training on Mar. 15, 2016 in Osan Air Base, Osan, South Korea. Four soldiers are disguised as severely injured during a combat and are on stretchers hung by hooks seven feet off the ground in Hercules a.k.a. Lockheed C-130.
The Passionate Photographer Inc.
RNC 2016. The Republican National Convention was held during the summer of 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Drew Anthony Smith
Randle in Houston, TX. Mr. Steal Your Grandma. December 2016.Instagram celebrity Irvin Randle, AKA Mr. Steal Your Grandma, poses for portraits in his hometown of Houston, Texas November 15, 2016. Photographed for Cosmopolitan.
Kalustyan's Specialty Store. Bazaaro World - Spice Mandala. May 2016. I made this spice mandala for the cover of The Village Voice's food issue (May 11, 2016). The story was on Kalustyan's, a specialty NYC grocer.
Death Valley, CA. March 2016. This image of Death Valley is from an ongoing personal landscape project.
Found places along Interstate 15. Baker- the hottest place on earth.
Paris, France. Working ladies. October 2016. A series of candid portraits documenting prostitutes who ply their trade in the remote parks of Paris.
Here's How Christine Lagarde Wants to Save World's Economy. September 2016. IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde in Washington, DC.
Ping Pong at the Lakehouse. January 2016. Editorial of a men's weekend at the Lakehouse, in Silverlake, California, January 2016.
Spicy Watermelon Sorbet. May 2016. Spicy refreshing watermelon sorbet that uses fresh green chiles. Photographed for the upcoming 'Mexican IceCream: Beloved Recipes and Stories' cookbook published by TenSpeed Press by Fany Gerson, owner of La Newyorkina Mexican IceCream in New York City.
WNBA stars from every decade. WNBA 20th Anniversary . May 2016. Cover shoot for the WNBA's 20th Anniversary issue. I photographed 12 past and present players. Double gate fold cover as well as a four page inside cover.
Tom Wolfe. My Favorite Thing. September 2016. Writer Tom Wolfe for Esquire Sept 2016 at his residence depicted in his custom cashmere blue dressing robe, white pants and spats.