Abounaddara: The Lives That Remain in Syria
The spectacle of the Syrian conflict has been unending—but how often do the Syrian people have the chance to portray themselves? A locally-based volunteer film collective produces weekly video portraits that show the lives of individuals in the...
Cutting Through the Noise: Storytelling in the Digital Age
From the New York Times, to TIME and WIRED—photo editor and photographer Patrick Witty explores the power of contemporary media and its unparalleled capacity to reach new audiences.
Cuando Estoy Aqui
This three-part narrative explores the harrowing journey—and often insurmountable challenges—faced by undocumented Mexican immigrants who risk fate to make it to the USA.
This year’s most affecting, harrowing and forceful work of photojournalism—and the first publication by Magnum member Michael Christopher Brown. One of our top books for 2016. WARNING: Graphic images and violence.
The Price Of Jade
“Myanmar’s jade business may be the biggest natural resource heist in modern history”—essential reporting from one of the world’s least connected and most underrepresented countries, told from the perspective of a local...
Outside Syria, Yet Outside the Camps
Attempting to capture and convey the confusion and tension along Syria’s border with Turkey—using non-linear narrative and powerful, metaphorical imagery.
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Boys & Men: Portraits of London’s Male Escorts
The sex industry is one of the world’s oldest, yet continues to be kept largely out of society’s view—these portraits, focusing on male escorts, offer a sensitive look at a group of deeply overlooked individuals.
Love We Leave Behind
A reflection on the ephemeral nature of our passions and sorrows—do the emotions we experience mark or alter the spaces we occupy?
The Prostitutes and the Priest
Faced with no other option, young women in Namibia turn to sex work in order to survive. In this short film, they talk about their tireless advocate: a German priest who broke ranks with his institution to do what he felt was right.
Weekend Warriors and Beyond
A wide-ranging discussion about the idea of the “invisible” photographer: “Sometimes you have to choose: is this situation aesthetically more interesting to me? Or it is a situation I want to experience?”
Addictions, Photographic and Otherwise
Two brothers—one addicted to photography, the other to harder and harder drugs. But the latter loved being photographed, making the image the medium of exchange for this pair of kindred souls.
Pushing the boundaries of the medium, this artist hacked into state-controlled surveillance systems and gleaned classical landscape images that question the changing relationship we have with place.