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Cory Richards

“Only when I was able to relinquish control, to give up, to embrace hopelessness, was I able to start to see some semblance of order.” Cory Richards’ camera has taken him from the runway to... Read More
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Joel Sartore

“I’ve never had anybody [at National Geographic] tell me what to do. There’s never an agenda, I mean, never. They just let me go out and be a journalist. As long as I’m a responsible... Read More
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Jim Richardson

“I gave up on the idea of objectivity. I don’t mean I gave up on the idea of truth. I gave up on this idea that you can be intimately involved with a place and... Read More
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Matthieu Paley

“To be able to be amazed on a regular basis – it’s not easy, but you can work on this, you can work on that garden in your mind.” Matthieu Paley is a National Geographic... Read More
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Asher Jay

“What I’m doing is creating something that can go out there, and be seen, and then never be unseen.” Asher Jay is an artist whose compelling paintings, sculptures, installations, animations, ad campaigns, and films all have... Read More
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John Burcham

“Hanging on a rope and shooting a rock climber, there’s a lot going on. You’re usually in pretty spectacular places. But to go meet and greet someone for the first time and bring home a... Read More
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Amy Toensing

“I look back and think I was so naive. But I actually treasure that I had that opportunity to be naive about it. It was beautiful … There was a freedom to not knowing how... Read More
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Tyrone Turner

“With the democratization of voices you can start to build an audience and talk to that audience and say what you want to say. You can become your own publishing platform. It can make a... Read More
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Rena Effendi

“In the media, you see events, and events have a tendency to be forgotten. You kind of look, and you forget, and I think there’s a lot more staying power if you lay down a... Read More
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Bertie Gregory

“I decided go big or go home, so I opened my talk by doing an impression of [Steve Winter’s] American accent, which I knew would either go down like a lead balloon or he’d find it... Read More
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Lynn Johnson

“It’s not about what you can take. It’s really about what that person chooses to give you.” It is a sentiment woven throughout Lynn Johnson’s photography, in which the respect she has for those whose stories she... Read More
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Pete Muller

“I never think I’ve got the story. Ever. It’s almost ridiculous. I put myself through the wringer” says the ever humble, ever dedicated Pete Muller. Muller is a contributing photographer to The New York Times and The... Read More
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Annie Griffiths

“In a creative field you need inspiration and you need comfort and you need humor. You need to not take yourself so seriously. And move that focus to the work. That’s when stuff happens.” Annie... Read More
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Brian Skerry

“I am a photojournalist, first and foremost, and if I cross a line, then there might not be any going back. I think you have to maintain journalistic integrity, and if you do the story... Read More

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