Reflections on Collaboration

Creative Producer and filmmaker Hanul Bahm wrote a thorough review of the Magnum Foundation’s Photography Expanded symposium on Collaborative Approaches to Creative Documentary Practice, held in New York on June 8, 2017, for The Alliance. The symposium explored collectivity, authorship, participation, and collaboration in photography and creative documentary practice. Presenters showcased projects … Continue reading

The Dad Project

“We’re not a photo family. None of us like having our pictures taken. This was pretty weird way to try changing that.” – Briony Campbell   Briony Campbell’s collaborative work with her dying father David, The Dad Project (2009), is great. I am excited about the way they made it together, and also the … Continue reading

PHOTOGRAPHER ERIC GOTTESMAN COLLABORATES WITH ETHIOPIAN TEENS TO MAKE INCREDIBLY POWERFUL IMAGES

Mark Strandquist recently wrote a great article for feature shoot about the powerful images generated by Eric Gottesman’s collaboration with Ethiopian teenagers. We love Eric’s work, and Mark makes clear why the images are so important. I tell my family I am HIV+. They forgot me and ate at the … Continue reading

Exhibition Review: ‘Social Practice: The Art of Collaboration’

Alexandra Diracles,”Be The Witness” installation view, Houston Street, NYC   Photographic artists who collaborate closely — and as equivalents — with communities to amplify voices and forward political movement are at the forefront of my thoughts right now. As you might now, last month I took part in a discussion … Continue reading