Videos

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Wazina Zondon: Coming Out Muslim: Reflections and Observations as an American Insider/Outsider

Wazina Zondon discusses her work and her experiences as a queer Muslim woman raised in New York City.
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Beverly Johnson: The Face That Changed It All

Beverly Johnson discusses her pioneering career in fashion and business.
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Ruddy Roye: When Living is a Protest

Ruddy Roye discusses his career in environmental portraits and photojournalism.
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Art Streiber: How It Happens

Art Streiber presents a look behind the scenes at some of his more complex editorial shoots for magazines such as ESPN, Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times Magazine.
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Nick Adams: Transgender Stories – The Changing Media Landscape

Nick Adams discusses his experiences as a transgender man working with Hollywood to create more authentic portrayals of transgender people.
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Alok Vaid-Menon: Gender Selfie-Determination

Alok Vaid-Menon discusses the stakes of visual representation for trans and gender non-conforming people.
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Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: Thoughts on Photography and Film

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders discusses the overarching themes of his work and other aspects of his life and career.
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Meridith Kohut: Migration

Meridith Kohut discusses her work as a photographer, including her travels throughout Latin America covering refugee and migration issues.
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Leslie Knott and Clementine Malpas: Inside Iris Nights

Leslie Knott and Clementine Malpas from Tiger Nest Films discuss how the line between observer and participant is blurred while filming and photographing in situations of intense drama and human suffering.
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Brian Sokol: People, Not Numbers: Using Photography to Humanize the Global Refugee Crisis

Brian Sokol discusses how photography can build empathy in audiences while demystifying and humanizing marginalized people.
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Heather McClintock and Colin Finlay: In Harmony

Heather McClintock and Colin Finlay explore their combined bodies of work from Sarajevo, Rwanda, Uganda, Darfur, Kosovo and Cambodia.

Don Bartletti: Inside Iris Nights

Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Don Bartletti discusses photographing immigration and using images to tell a story.