In an interesting exchange with Joerg Colburg published on Conscientious in 2009 Anderson stated:
The death of journalism is bad for society, but we’ll be better off with less photojournalism. I won’t miss the self-important, self-congratulatory, hypocritical part of photojournalism at all. The industry has been a fraud for some time. We created an [...]
… but I do know I love it.
It’s raining poems in London.
Wish it would happen in Brum.
One thing’s for sure, Ethiopia is a lot more than its cracked up to be.
Please don’t believe me, watch and share this very short uplifting duckrabbit film (more info below):
Strictly Beza was made by duckrabbit for the wonderful people at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.
A special thanks to their media manager Ann [...]
This is a message, and a wonderful act of generosity by Jim Mortram (published on his site here).
Today, as I rode up and waited for my Father who had an appointment with an eye specialist at the local hospital I was thinking how could I make best use of what I’ve often called “The [...]
The first time I set foot in the Arctic, Paul was waiting outside the tiny airstrip, to collect me, calmly smoking a cigarette in -40 temperatures. That bumpy snow-scooter ride across the frozen pressure ridges of the Beaufort sea was an introduction to many adventures.
Paul has been first mate on most of Greenpeace’s [...]
‘Photo Op, as their photomontage is called, has become the definitive work of art about the war that started with the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Ten years on from that war’s beginning, this manic digital collage states succinctly what a large number people feel and believe about Blair’s responsibility for the chaos that ensued. [...]
This is Sini Saarela, a young activist from Finland. I made this picture of her high above the site of a nuclear power station, on an island off western Finland back in 2007. It was a slow climb and a gut-churning abseil down again. It was the tallest crane I’ve climbed, it felt [...]
duckrabbit are always on the look out for fresh talent and over the next few months we have really exciting photofilms lined up in Ethiopia (two films), Oxford, Manchester, Canada (four films), Ireland, Moldova plus the possiblity of making films in Cambodia and the Solomon Islands.
Our work is often very exciting, giving us [...]
If you google image search Photography Portfolio Review you are going to see something like this:
Lots and lots of photographers are paying money to show their work upside down to someone sat on the other side of a table.
Why would you, almost as a matter of convention as a reviewer, [...]
Werner Herzog (the master) documentary about the dangers of texting when driving: