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Tod Papageorge

Tod Papageorge (born Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States, 1940) is an American photographer whose career began in the New York City street photography movement of the 1960s. He is the recipient of two Guggenheim fellowships and two NEA Visual Artists Fellowships. His work is in public collections including the Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago. Between 1979 and 2013 he directed the graduate photography department at the Yale University School of Art.

John Herschel

Sir John Frederick William Herschel, 1st Baronet KH FRS (7 March 1792 – 11 May 1871) was an English polymath, mathematician, astronomer, chemist, inventor, and experimental photographer, who also did valuable botanical work. He was the son of Mary Baldwin and astronomer William Herschel, nephew of astronomer Caroline Herschel and the father of twelve children.

Roger Ballen

Roger Ballen (born in New York City, New York, United States, 1950) is an American photographer living in Johannesburg, South Africa, and working in its surrounds since the 1970s. His body of work, developed over a period of four decades, began in the documentary field but his approach has widened to allow for a fictionalised visual dialogue between individuals, their architectural space, found objects and domesticated animals. His approach has been hailed as among the most unusual and exciting developments in contemporary photography.
While Ballen’s work is often described as “dark”, he describes his photography as essentially psychological, and speaks of the images referring to humanity’s “shadow side”. He say: “Shadow is better than dark, because dark for a lot of people connotates evil, and I always say it’s just the opposite. […] The pictures shouldn’t be seen as dark, and I’m not quite clear what is ‘dark’, anyway.”
Critics have written about Ballen’s shift from depictions of the everyday to the creation of tableaux vivants noting that the dramatic arrangement has defied conventions of documentary photography.
In his preface to the second edition of Outland, art historian and curator Peter Weiermair has noted that Ballen’s move from the objective and representational to collaboration with his subjects has meant that he has forsaken the critical role as chronicler of events in favour of allowing his figures to become “protagonists in an existential drama”. In earlier works these were individuals experiencing the dissolution of one order in South Africa in place of another; in the process they retreated to hidden territories explored by Ballen.
Weiermair notes that the game of showing and seeing, involving model and photographer, is rendered irrelevant, while Didi Bozzini writes that the relation between Ballen and his subjects is disruptive of the laziness of our everyday gaze.
According to Weiermair, it is the archetypal character of the images that “touches our subconscious”, yet it is also through the conventions of black and white photography, outsider art and theatre of the absurd that we comprehend the interiority of Ballen’s landscapes. His practice has however been extended to include video and conceptual installations, allowing the photographic medium to be used to push the camera even further from its traditional role of “recording or capturing the real” while retaining its use as provocateur for an examination of all that is human, to paraphrase critic Robert J. C. Young.

George Hurrell

George Edward Hurrell (June 1, 1904 – May 17, 1992) was a photographer who contributed to the image of glamour presented by Hollywood during the 1930s and 1940s.

Peggy Hull

Peggy Hull (December 30, 1889 – June 19, 1967), was the pen name of Henrietta Eleanor Goodnough Deuell, an American journalist who covered World War I and World War II. She was the first female correspondent accredited by the U. S. War Department.

Leanna Creel

Leanna Creel (born August 27, 1970 in Los Angeles) is an American actress, film producer, film director, screenwriter and photographer.
Creel is an identical triplet who, along with her sisters Monica and Joy, started acting in the late 1980s. They appeared together in two television movies aired on The Wonderful World of Disney: Parent Trap III and Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon. In 1992, Creel had a guest role in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210, alongside Monica. That same year, she landed the role of Tori in Saved by the Bell. Following her stint on Saved by the Bell, Creel had guest roles on One West Waikiki and Ned & Stacey.
She attended UCLA and received a bachelor’s degree in history, and then a master’s degree in film and television.
Creel produced her first film in 1994, helping out a friend whose producer had been involved in a car accident. She also worked for the game Hollywood Stock Exchange (HSX). In 1998 she founded a film production company, Ignite Entertainment, with HSX’s Michael Burns as President of Production. Creel now runs Creel Studio, a production company specializing in food, travel and lifestyle content and is an award winning photographer and filmmaker.
Creel married Rinat Greenberg on June 17, 2008, when California legalized same-sex marriages.

Walter Stoneman

Walter Ernest Stoneman MBE (6 April 1876 – 14 May 1958) was a British portrait photographer who took many photographs for the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) in London.

Vanley Burke

Vanley Burke (born 1951) is a British Jamaican photographer and artist.

Robert Cameron (photographer)

Robert Cameron (April 21, 1911 – November 10, 2009) was a famed American photographer and author of numerous books featuring aerial photographs of numerous cities throughout the globe.

Thomas Hodges (artist)

Thomas Hodges is a modern day British artist, working primarily with photography, and is best known for his art-nude work. Born April 3 1957 in London, England.

William Henry Jackson

William Henry Jackson (April 4, 1843 – June 30, 1942) was an American painter, Civil War veteran, geological survey photographer and an explorer famous for his images of the American West. He was a great-great nephew of Samuel Wilson, the progenitor of America’s national symbol Uncle Sam.

Larry Sultan

Larry Sultan (July 13, 1946 – December 13, 2009) was an American photographer from the San Fernando Valley in California. He taught at the San Francisco Art Institute from 1978 to 1988 and at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco 1989 to 2009.

Fazal Sheikh

Fazal Sheikh (born June 27, 1965 in New York City) is an artist who uses photographs to document people living in displaced and marginalized communities around the world.

Rebecca Lilith Bathory

Rebecca Lilith Bathory (born May 1982) is a British photographer, living in London. As Rebecca Litchfield, she is known for her series Soviet Ghosts.

Paul Hemmings

Paul Jeremy Hemmings is an English, Liverpool-based musician and photographer.

Minnie Weisz

Minnie Weisz is a British artist specialising in the camera obscura technique.

Mike Ware (photographer)

Michael J. (Mike) Ware (born 1939, Bromley) is a chemist and photographer, known for his work in alternative photographic processes, earlier methods of printing photographic images that were succeeded by the more common silver-gelatin used today. His website includes practical instructions for the argyrotype (prints using iron salts as the light-sensitive coating), cyanotype, platinotype (prints using light-sensitive solutions containing platinum), palladiotype (prints using light-sensitive solutions containing palladium), and chrysotype (using gold to form or tone the final image) processes. The site also includes papers on various technical issues, the conservation of ‘alternative process’ prints, historical essays, galleries, and extensive lists of links and resources. Ware remains active as a consultant, most recently on the history and development of the platinotype and palladium processes. His published works include:
Cyanotype: The History, Science and Art of Photographic Printing in Prussian Blue
Mechanisms of Image Deterioration in Early Photographs: The Sensitivity to Light of W H F Talbot’s Halide-fixed Images

Max Vadukul

Max Vadukul (born 2 February 1961, Nairobi, Kenya) is a British photographer who is based in New York City. He is noted for his art reportage photography, which he describes as “taking reality and making it into art.” He has a lifelong affinity with black and white photography, a foundation of much of his early work. From 1996 to 2000 Max was the staff photographer for The New Yorker, second after Richard Avedon and is the first Indian photographer to shoot covers for French and American Vogue. . Sting has described his photography as a sort of “On the move style”. The National Geographic channel produced a feature documentary on Vadukul in 2000 about the improbable arc of his life after Africa; the documentary continues to air around South Asia today.

Mark Ellidge

Mark Ellidge (1940 – 9 January 2010) was a British press photographer.

Austin O’Brien

Austin Taylor O’Brien (born May 11, 1981) is an American actor and photographer. He may be best known for playing the co-lead Danny Madigan in the Arnold Schwarzenegger-movie Last Action Hero, followed by his turn into romance as Nick Zsigmond in My Girl 2, a part in both The Lawnmower Man and its sequel. and as Josh Greene in CBS Drama Promised Land.
O’Brien was born in Eugene, Oregon, to Valerie and Dan O’Brien. His elder sister is actress Amanda O’Brien and his younger brother is actor Trever O’Brien.
He is married to Kristin Wurgler.

Stephanie Sheh

Stephanie Ru-Phan Sheh, who also goes by the alias Jennifer Sekiguchi, is an American voice actress, ADR writer, director, singer and producer. She has worked for several major companies, including Cartoon Network and Sony. She is often involved with doing voice over work in anime, original animation, video games, dubbing, commercials, and TV shows. Her notable voice roles include Orihime Inoue in Bleach, Hinata Hyuga in Naruto, Eureka in Eureka Seven, and Mikuru Asahina in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. In 2014, she became the voice of Usagi Tsukino, the title character in the Viz Media English dub of Sailor Moon.

Joss McKinley

Joss McKinley (born 1981) is a British photographer. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
McKinley initially studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins, London. Upon graduating in 2003 he went on to a masters in photography at the University of the Arts London.
He is both an art and commercial photographer and his works consist of still life, landscapes and portraits. Exhibitions of his photographs have been seen worldwide and most notably at his solo show in the Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam in 2012.
McKinley works on assignments for publications including The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, W Magazine and AnOther Magazine.
His work has been collected by several leading public museums including the Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam and The National Portrait Gallery, London.

Lee Friedlander

Lee Friedlander (born July 14, 1934) is an American photographer and artist. In the 1960s and 1970s Friedlander evolved an influential and often imitated visual language of urban “social landscape,” with many of his photographs including fragments of store-front reflections, structures framed by fences, posters and street signs.