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Paul Moakley

Deputy Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise, TIME
Paul Moakley has been the Deputy Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise of TIME since 2010. He covers national news and special projects such as Person of the Year. Previously he was senior photo editor at Newsweek and photo editor of PDN (Photo District News). Moakley is an adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York City as well as a photographer and filmmaker. He lives at the Alice Austen House Museum, home of one of America’s earliest photographers, as caretaker and curator of the museum.

Latest Posts by Paul Moakley

David Maisel—INSTITUTE/Courtesy of Steidl
Out There

Uncharted Territories: Black Maps by David Maisel

The allure of the American West has captivated photographers since the earliest days of the medium. David Maisel’s latest book, Black Maps, chronicles more than 25 years of observing the land from a god-like perspective and an obsession with environmental destruction.

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In the days following the attack, Maggie had time to reflect on what had occurred and decided to make an official statement to the police. She said she had resumed communications with her estranged husband and the father of her children, and was considering moving herself and her children to Alaska, where he is stationed with the Army.
Photo Essay

Video: A Portrait of Domestic Violence

Violence against women is almost always a private matter. In this multimedia video for TIME, photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz continues telling the story of one such incident of domestic violence — providing a look at the victim’s life as she slowly begins to move on.

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Zanele Muholi—Courtesy of the Artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery
Out There

Saving Face: The Portraits of Zanele Muholi

On view at the Yancey Richardson gallery in New York, photographer Zanele Muholi’s work explores the identity of an often-maligned community in South Africa.

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Out There

The Indie Photo Book in the 21st Century

Two years ago, Larissa Leclair founded the Indie Photobook Library in her Washington D.C home with the goal of preserving rare self-published books and making them available to a larger audience. Leclair spoke to LightBox about the state of the photobook and her goals for the future of her library.

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Image: President Obama speaks in the rain during a campaign rally in Glen Allen, Va. July 14, 2012.
The Backstory

The 2012 Presidential Election Year in Pictures

For years, TIME has created some of the most memorable campaign photography. Here, LightBox takes a look at the best of TIME’s commissioned political imagery from this election.

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Doug Rickard
Out There

Street View and Beyond: Google’s Influence on Photography

Google-based imagery has moved well beyond Street View and has become a photographic genre and aesthetic all to itself. LightBox asked a selection of artists from around the world who were inspired by the technology to describe how it has impacted their creative process.

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Courtesy of Mitt Romney
The Backstory

A Young Mitt Romney’s Other Mission: Romance

In this week’s cover story, Jon Meacham looks at how Romney’s identity was shaped by his Mormon roots. To illustrate this formative time in the presidential candidate’s life, we turned to a surprising photo found in the archives.

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Kate Peters
Out There

Looking at the Land From the Comfort of Home

Andy Adams of FlakPhoto works almost exclusively in the virtual world of contemporary photography. Institutions like the RISD Museum of Art have taken notice of his work, calling upon him, to curate an installation and accompanying online exhibition to compliment its most recent show America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now.

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Lauren Lancaster for TIME
Photo Essay

The Living Book of Mormon

Every summer for the past 75 years, the earliest stories of Mormonism come to life, up high on the Hill Cumorah in Palmyra, N.Y. LightBox sent Lauren Lancaster to photograph the show and spoke to the 16-year-old playing Joseph Smith.

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Mike Sinclair
Profile

Public Assembly: The Photographs of Mike Sinclair

For this week’s issue, we combed countless archives in search of the perfect photograph to accompany a history of the American Dream, the subject of the cover story by Jon Meacham. In the end, we turned to photographer Mike Sinclair, who’s been rigorously documenting America’s heartland near his home in Kansas City, Mo.

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