Rodeo Girls is an ongoing portrait project about young girls from Texas who compete in rodeos.
These individuals have a fundamentally different idea about their femininity and a contrasting attitude towards gender roles. They are engaged in activities that traditionally were reserved for men; they possess great physical strength and demonstrate their dominance over animals.
I am interested in the limitation these girls face in expressing their femininity and the transference of it onto animals.
— Ilona Szwarc
In Seoul, the social pressure to look beautiful is overwhelming—a good nose job can mean a good-paying job. These documentary photos explore this current trend among the youth culture of Korea.
’s portraits are not mere snapshots, but carefully planned compositions, in which skillful manipulation of his subject’s gestures is used to suggest the complexity of an individual.
The sobering story of how the world's most fertile valley is drying up — told with powerful photographs and video.
Our favorite new photobook discovery — "hybrid" documentary tinged with a David Lynch uneasiness — and it even has a video trailer!