Indian Days Evie Lovett at the Vermony Center for Photography
Snow in Washington, D.C. winter of 2009 Mother nature brings silence and calm to bustling city life. Photos of the White House, LaFayette Park, Peace House demonstrators and Logan Circle.
Claude Lévi-Strauss, legend in anthropology and discovery of common human behaviors and patterns despite differences in habitat. Realized common link with my own travels and curiosity of how people live around the world.
Photography is powerful. One image can change the world, evoke tears, spur a laugh, imagine a unknown part of the world or a moment to pause and reflect. How the photographer creates the story is just as important. Photographs many times are reflections of the photographer’s emotions, dreams and knowledge. Recently I was asked by …
Photography is evidence of the relationship between the photographer and the images in front – either one of cliches or connections. If the photographer has a connection, the essence of the photographer will show through to the image. Nicholas Lainez, an anthropologist and photographer, explored South East Asia exploring the world of human trafficking first …
Words and voice of Alexandra Boulat photographing war.
“even my eyes are tired of the Palestinian drama sometimes. And, that is why I get caught by the details. Conflict and pain has become ordinary. Look at the ordinary – life without electricity … an empty frig….”
“Modern Egypt”, photographs by Keri Douglas in the Members Photo Exhibit at the National Press Club, Washington, DC, September 1 to September 30, 2009 .