Erica Fahr Campbell

Associate Photo Editor, TIME
Erica Fahr Campbell joined TIME in 2011 as the photo assistant, working on production for special projects including 9/11: Portraits of Resilience. Previously, she worked as an artist assistant and freelance curator. Campbell studied at Parsons School of Design in New York, as well as Camberwell College of Art in London. In addition to her position at TIME, her personal work has been exhibited and published internationally.

Latest Posts by Erica Fahr Campbell


Meet Nixie, the Selfie Drone You Wear on Your Wrist

You may be familiar with the selfie stick and other tools that help take photos out of arms reach, but Nixie, a quadcopter drone could revolutionize the way we take photos of ourselves, especially since its founders just won $500,000

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Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: Around the World With Street Artist JR

The French photographer JR uses Instagram as a collaborative tool, bringing people together to turn the world “inside out”

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Ruth Snyder
The Backstory

The First Photograph of an Execution by Electric Chair

With Tennessee Senators voting to reinstate the electric chair to execute capital inmates, TIME looks at the first known photograph of this controversial form of capital punishment.

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The Backstory

The First Photograph of the Sun

In 1845, five years after Dr. J. W. Draper captured the first photograph of the full moon, French physicists Leon Foucault and Louis Fizeau made the first successful photograph of the sun

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The Moon
The Backstory

The First Photograph of The Moon

In honor of the winter solstice, December 21, the shortest day and longest night of the year, LightBox present the story behind the first photograph ever taken of the moon.

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Floria Sigismondi
The Backstory

Through the Director’s Eyes: On Set with David Bowie and Tilda Swinton

LightBox goes behind the scenes of David Bowie’s latest music video, The Stars (Are Out Tonight), directed by the acclaimed Floria Sigismondi and starring Tilda Swinton.

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The Backstory

From Photography to Film: Stanley Kubrick Enters the Ring

Stanley Kubrick was still a teenager when he was hired as a staff photographer for Look Magazine. One of his photo essays, scenes from the life of Bronx-born boxer Walter Cartier, would inspire the acclaimed filmmaker’s directorial debut, ‘Day at the Fight.’

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Anne Collier, Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art
Out There

MoMA’s New Photography 2012

MoMa’s ‘New Photography’ 2012 showcases the latest group of artists pushing the boundaries of the medium.

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Miles Aldridge, Courtesy Reflex Amsterdam
Out There

In Amsterdam, a Photo Festival ‘Unseen’

Amsterdam welcomes a new photo festival to their Dutch district. Unseen aims to showcase everything that is unseen—from emerging photographers, to never before seen images from established favorites, the festival promises to show you something new.

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Jenny Odell

Finding Art in Google Maps: Jenny Odell’s Satellite World

San Francisco-based artist Jenny Odell uses Google to cut up, reconfigure, and spit back out our world in a way we’ve never been before.

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