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Paul Moakley

Deputy Photo Editor, TIME
Paul Moakley has been the deputy photo editor 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

Christine Osinski
Out There

Staten Island: Christine Osinski’s Unseen Photographs of New York City’s Forgotten Borough

In the early ’80s Staten Island seemed like a world away from Manhattan. In Chrisitine Osinki’s newly rediscoved photographs, she reveals a time capsule of the growing borough, caught in a state of limbo between New York City and the rest of America. She recently launched a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of turning the archive into a new book.

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Anouk Kruithof
Out There

Analog Interactivity and the Photography of Anouk Kruithof

Photographer Anouk Kruithof had taken too many photographs. So she found an editor who had never taken a single one.

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Sofía López Mañán
Out There

The Search for the Best New Black-and-White Photographers

An exclusive look at MONO, a new publication on the hunt for the most exciting black and white photographers in the world. LightBox looks at this year’s winners, along with the curators’ selection of more established artists.

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LaToya Ruby Frazier
Out There

When the Personal Turns Political: LaToya Ruby Frazier at the Whitney Biennial

In her latest projects, currently featured in the 2012 Whitney Biennial, LaToya Ruby Frazier continues to use social documentary as a starting point for her political works of art.

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Samuel Aranda—The New York Times via Reuters
Out There

World Press Photo Awards Announced

Today the winners of the prestigious 55th annual World Press Photo competition were announced in Amsterdam, and Samuel Aranda from Spain received the prize for World Press Photo of the Year 2011.

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Brendan Hoffman—Prime for TIME
Photo Essay

The Iowa Caucus in Two Minutes

Photographer Brendan Hoffman worked tirelessly to document the Iowa caucus for TIME. The result is a multimedia project showing what actually happens at a Republican caucus.

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Ilse Frech
Photo Essay

Nika’s Journey Growing Up With HIV

Dutch photographer Ilse Frech began “Nika. Russia LOVE” in 2005 to explore the life of a young woman in Russia affected by HIV along with all the complications of becoming an adult.

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Suzanne Opton
Out There

Soldier Down: The Portraits of Suzanne Opton

It’s difficult to make a new kind of portrait of a soldier in an age when they have been depicted in such iconic manner in the media. But in her new book Soldier/Many Wars, artist Suzanne Opton does so by staging slight performances in front of the camera.

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Christopher Churchill
Out There

Christopher Churchill on American Faith

In 2004, Christopher Churchill began a personal journey with his old 8×10 camera, driving thousands of miles across the country to photograph an America that felt divided and caught in the middle of a cultural tension.

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Corinne May Botz
Photo Essay

Haunted Histories by Corinne May Botz

Haunted Houses is a long-term photography project and collection of recorded ghost stories in over eighty haunted sites throughout the United States. The series was inspired by turn of the century spirit photographs and Victorian ghost stories written by women as a means of articulating domestic discontents.

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