In Focus: Ebru Yildiz's Final Days and Nights at Death By Audio
I, Photographer: Jonathan Mehring
Becoming Backra Bluid: Photographs of Stacey Tyrell

A black photographer transforms herself into her white Scottish ancestors for her photographic self-portrait series, Backra Bluid.

Day In the Life: Gretchen Robinette
In Focus: Justin Borucki's Wet Plate Street Photography
In Focus: Ron Haviv's Lost Rolls

A prolific photojournalist discovers hundreds of rolls of undeveloped film in his archives

The Lens Hunter: Geoffrey Berliner's Massive Antique Glass Collection
In Focus: Rock 'n' Roll Photography Icon, Danny Clinch
I, Photographer: Peter Hurley, Headshot King
I, Photographer: Diana Haskell's Animal Portraits
I, Photographer: Anthony Geathers' Fighters
Marching Up

Kenyatte Hughes keeps children safe in Brooklyn’s most dangerous neighborhood by teaching them to march. Hughes has led the Soul Tigers marching band for a decade, giving children in East New York, an area saturated with gangs and high rates of poverty, an opportunity to excel. 

Video was accepted into the 2014 Campus Doc International Film Festival in The Netherlands.

In Focus: Ebru Yildiz's Final Days and Nights at Death By Audio
I, Photographer: Jonathan Mehring
Becoming Backra Bluid: Photographs of Stacey Tyrell
Day In the Life: Gretchen Robinette
In Focus: Justin Borucki's Wet Plate Street Photography
In Focus: Ron Haviv's Lost Rolls
The Lens Hunter: Geoffrey Berliner's Massive Antique Glass Collection
In Focus: Rock 'n' Roll Photography Icon, Danny Clinch
I, Photographer: Peter Hurley, Headshot King
I, Photographer: Diana Haskell's Animal Portraits
I, Photographer: Anthony Geathers' Fighters
Marching Up
In Focus: Ebru Yildiz's Final Days and Nights at Death By Audio
I, Photographer: Jonathan Mehring
Becoming Backra Bluid: Photographs of Stacey Tyrell

A black photographer transforms herself into her white Scottish ancestors for her photographic self-portrait series, Backra Bluid.

Day In the Life: Gretchen Robinette
In Focus: Justin Borucki's Wet Plate Street Photography
In Focus: Ron Haviv's Lost Rolls

A prolific photojournalist discovers hundreds of rolls of undeveloped film in his archives

The Lens Hunter: Geoffrey Berliner's Massive Antique Glass Collection
In Focus: Rock 'n' Roll Photography Icon, Danny Clinch
I, Photographer: Peter Hurley, Headshot King
I, Photographer: Diana Haskell's Animal Portraits
I, Photographer: Anthony Geathers' Fighters
Marching Up

Kenyatte Hughes keeps children safe in Brooklyn’s most dangerous neighborhood by teaching them to march. Hughes has led the Soul Tigers marching band for a decade, giving children in East New York, an area saturated with gangs and high rates of poverty, an opportunity to excel. 

Video was accepted into the 2014 Campus Doc International Film Festival in The Netherlands.

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