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Nicholas Hegel McClelland

Deputy Photo Editor, TIME.com
Nicholas Hegel McClelland has been a photo editor at TIME.com since 2006. Previously, McClelland worked as a freelance photojournalist based in New York City. He is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism. You can find him on the Web in various locations: on Twitter and on his website, http://nicholasmcclelland.com.

Latest Posts by Nicholas Hegel McClelland

Isadora Kosofsky
In Progress

Senior Love Triangle: Photographs by Isadora Kosofsky

Young photographer Isadora Kosofsky trains her lens on the unorthodox relationship between three seniors in Los Angeles for her in-progress series on love and aging.

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Rian Dundon
In Progress

City on Fire: A Look Inside Changsha in China

Photographer Rian Dundon spent the last six years creating a gritty black and white exploration of people living and making their way in Changsha, China.

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Sarah Sudhoff
In Progress

Objects of Sex: ‘Wired’ at the Kinsey Institute

Sarah Sudhoff cataloged many of the devices, both contemporary and vintage, that the Kinsey Institute has used in its sex research.

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Weegee (Arthur Fellig) / International Center of Photography / Getty Images
Out There

Distorted Smile: Weegee’s Mona Lisa

In the late 1950s, Weegee turned his surrealist lens on the classical world’s most famous painting, Leonardo Da Vinici’s Mona Lisa.

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Brian Shumway
In Progress

Happy Valley: A Photographer Reflects on His Mormon Upbringing

Brian Shumway creates a visual and emotional exploration of his own childhood and adolescence by photographing his siblings and their children, all of whom still practice the religion.

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Courtesy Peter Funch and V1 Gallery
Out There

Composite Characters: Peter Funch’s Fictionalized New York

A new exhibition at V1 Gallery showcases the photographer’s imaginative images of New York.

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Harry Benson
Out There

Searching for…and Finding Bobby Fischer: Photographs by Harry Benson

Over the course of three assignments for Life Magazine in 1971 and 1972, legendary photographer Harry Benson chronicled the enigmatic Bobby Fischer at the absolute pinnacle of his chess career.

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Greg Nelson / Sports Illustrated
The Backstory

What Makes a Great Basketball Picture? A View of the NBA Finals from Sports Illustrated

What makes a great basketball picture? A view of the NBA Finals from Sports Illustrated photo editor Marguerite Schropp Lucarelli.

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Michael Christopher Brown
Photo Essay

The War in Libya: Photographs by Michael Christopher Brown

In one of photojournalism’s blackest hours, Michael Christopher Brown was wounded with shrapnel to the chest, shoulder and arm in an explosion in Misratah, Libya, April 20, 2011 – the same incident that killed photographers Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington, and severely injured Guy Martin.

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