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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

Stephen Shames
Out There

Bronx Boys: A Digital Monograph by Stephen Shames

What started out for Stephen Shames as an assignment for Look magazine back in 1977 turned into an epic 22 year project documenting the lives of young boys in the Bronx, New York.

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Molly Landreth
In Progress

Embodiment: A Portrait of Queer Life in America

In 2004, photographer Molly Landreth began documenting the varied lives of queer Americans. Seven years later, the Embodiment project consists of more than 80 portraits and 18 short films.

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Courtesy of NFB
Out There

Multimedia Heartbreaker: The National Film Board of Canada

Looking back at the recent PhotoStories multimedia conference held last month in Rotterdam, the National Film Board of Canada showed its sensitive side with its deeply emotive and interactive multimedia projects.

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Arlene Gottfried
Out There

Bacalaitos and Fireworks by Arlene Gottfried

Over the past four decades, documentary photographer Arlene Gottfried captured the vibrant Puerto Rican community that moved into her Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, a place where she remembers having her first Salsa lesson with a new neighbor.

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Peter Hapak for TIME
Photo Essay

Backstage with the Cuban National Ballet by Peter Hapak

TIME contract photographer Peter Hapak captured the dancers of the Cuban National Ballet in rehearsals as they prepared to embark on a US tour this month.

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Tim Hetherington–Panos
Out There

Standing Close to Tim Hetherington’s Sleeping Soldiers

A rare chance to see the video installation, now on view at the Aperture Gallery in New York City till June 23rd 2011.

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Elliott Erwitt—Magnum
Profile

Elliott Erwitt’s Very Own Personal Best

This evening the International Center of Photography in New York City will honor Elliot Erwitt with a lifetime achivement award. In an interview with LightBox he says, “I think great pictures start great conversations. It’s the stuff of life, just talking with the people that are around.”

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Peter van Agtmael—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

One Day After at Ground Zero

Like many New York City based photographers Peter van Agtmael rushed over to the World Trade Center Site on the eve of the killing of Osama Bin Laden to see how people would react to the news. After making some work in the crowd overtaken with the media and young revelers he decided to head home to sleep, confused by the reactions of the crowd, and waiting to see what the morning would bring.

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Tim Hetherington
Profile

Tim Hetherington in Memoriam

Tim Hetherington, photographer and director of the film Restrepo, was killed in the besieged city of Misratah on Wednesday April 20, 2011.

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Michael Schmelling
Out There

Atlanta Hip-Hop Deconstructed by Michael Schmelling

“The first thing you do when you get to town is turn on the radio” say’s Michael Schmelling in his latest book Atlanta. This project began as an attempt to “make a book that reflected both the content of an album and the context in which a record was made”.

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