Marisa Schwartz: Loud Silence Media in Ghana

Ghana is a coming of age story. After 50 years as a nation Ghana has progressed past the civil wars, ethno-religious conflicts, and wide spread poverty that plague many nascent African countries. The media machine has massive affects on a country’s development, especially one that is just planting its feet on the ground. Media content,…

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Matt Eich wanders to understand the America of his generation.

“For the last eight years I have cataloged the American experience in pictures, trying to understand this country by focusing on specific places, on communities and on the issues they embody. My hope was that these examinations of microcosms of America would allow for a deeper view of the nation as a whole. The truth…

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Jay Turner Frey Seawell: National Trust

Jay Turner Frey Seawell is a photographer based in Washington DC. His work has been exhibited in the United States and in China at the Pingyao International Photography Festival. A nominee of 2014 Baum Award for Emerging American Photographers, Seawell has spent some time photographing the political scene in DC. His series “National Trust” documents…

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Helping Fallen Freelancer Yasser Faisal

“Having survived the war in Iraq, Yasser sadly met his end on December 4, 2013 at the age 34 while covering the Syrian civil war. He was kidnapped and executed by militants loyal to Al-Qaeda in the northwestern province of Idlib while on assignment. This kind of tragic and dispiriting news is frequenting headlines more…

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Oscar Motuloh on Whiteboard Journal

Oscar Motuloh is one of the most influential figures in Indonesia’s photography and photojournalism community. In charge of ANTARA, the premiere Indonesian photojournalism gallery and agency, Motuloh has been one of the few people pushing photography as both an art form and a medium for social change. Whiteboard Journal recently sat down and talked to…

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