The New York Times’ Lens blog features Doug Menuez and his photos of the digital revolution

Doug Menuez and his project “Fearless Genius: The Rise of Silicon Valley 1995–2000” were featured on The New York Times Lens blog yesterday. “Fearless Genius” is a visual memoir of Doug’s 15 pivotal years in Silicon Valley, and the interview, written by James Estrin, is most aptly titled: “Embedded on the Front Lines of the […]

The New York Times profiles Kwaku Alston

. The New York Times Lens blog yesterday featured an interview with Kwaku Alston that looks at the award-winning editorial and advertising photographer’s quest to rekindle his personal passion for photography—specifically, by shooting images on his own in his Venice, California, neighborhood. “The Venice community is a remarkable mix of people and cultures,” Kwaku explained […]

This week’s highlights from other photo blogs

I follow somewhere around 80 photo-related blogs, and for a long time now I’ve been wanting to cull the best bits from each and collect them in one spot, sort of like a weekly snapshot of the photoblogosphere. Well, today’s the day to finally kick this thing off. Here’s “This week’s highlights from other photo […]

Today’s NYT Lens blog: Lauren Greenfield’s “Dubai”

… I first wrote about Lauren’s photo essay on Dubai back in August, when the images appeared in Fast Company, Das, and Zeit magazines. If you’ve been following the news, you know the story has continued to build to a potentially devastating ending: There have been reports that the government of Dubai might default on […]

Terrific press for “Sport: Iooss and Leifer”

… Friday was the opening night of “Sport: Iooss and Leifer” at the Annenberg Space for Photography, and what a spectacular evening it was. So many people turned out (including photographer/actress Alexandra Hedison) that it was shoulder-to-shoulder, with the many pro athletes in attendance towering above the rest of this. They look so much smaller […]