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Phil Bicker

Senior Photo Editor, TIME
Phil Bicker, who joined TIME in 2010, curates LightBox: The 10 Best Pictures of the Week for the iPad edition and contributes as a photo editor to TIME and TIME.com. Before working as a senior photo editor, Phil was an art director, starting at the Face magazine in London. He later art directed Creative Camera magazine and was creative director of Vogue Hommes International and the Fader. Prior to joining TIME, he was the creative director at Magnum Photos, New York.

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US Marine Corps Veteran Jabari Jones standing by the door of his mother’s house where he grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. Jones is 31-years-old and left the Marine Corps in May of 2005. He served two tours in Iraq as a Corporal and was a landing support specialist.  “When I got out of the army I was suffering from PTSD, and my family told me to get help. The problem with the VA is that they make you wait. I didn’t want to take medication and it took time before I got counseling. When I finally got counseling I started getting better.” Today Jabari tries to meditate regularly and is more aware of what triggers his PTSD. Hot days remind him of Iraq and on those days he tells his co-workers that he is feeling “uncomfortable” and he says that they respect that. Malin Fezehai
Photo Essay

Snapshots of Veteran Life Across America

TIME has collaborated with the Everyday USA photo collective, which includes David Guttenfelder, Matt Black and Malin Fezehai among many others, to document veterans stories from all over America

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Specialist Sterling Jones of Battle Company in the Second Battalion of the 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team collapses in exhaustion during Operation Rock Avalanche in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan on October 25, 2007.
The Backstory

The Images That Moved Them Most: Photographers on America’s Veterans

LightBox asked 26 photographers, who are veterans of war themselves, to describe which of their own photographs of veterans had a deep impact on their lives or moved them a significant way.

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Paul Graham, courtesy MACK
Profile

Paul Graham’s Photographs: From America’s Streets to Ireland’s Rainbows

Publisher Michael Mack tells TIME about his long-term creative collaboration with photographer Paul Graham, and how the photographer’s conceptual, socio-political and documentary work fits in with the larger philosophy of photo books at MACK.

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Jean-Francois Lepage
Out There

These Experimental Fashion Photographs Push Boundaries

Fashion photographer Jean-Francois Lepage brutally deconstructs his work to create curious and unconventional images. Here, he speaks to TIME about his work.

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Henry Leutwyler
Out There

Losing Neverland: An Unusual Portrait of Michael Jackson

On the fifth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, TIME looks at Henry Leutwyler’s photographs of some of the pop singer’s most iconic memorabilia.

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Indian Elections
Profile

Daniel Berehulak: The Freelancer’s Way

TIME talks to award-winning photographer Daniel Berehulak, who just one year ago left his staff position at Getty and set out as a freelancer.

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HONDURAS. Tegucigalpa. 2002. HONDURAS. Tegucigalpa. 2002.
Closeup

The World’s Love Affair With Soccer: A History in Photos

From the beaches of Rio de Janeiro to the busy streets of London to the stadiums of Buenos Aires, TIME presents a view of the global fervor around the big, beautiful game, seen through the eyes of Magnum Photos’ award-winning photographers.

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TURKEY-LIFESTYLE-FEATURE
Man on the Wire

Face to Face on the Front Lines: TIME Talks to Bulent Kilic

TIME talks to Bulent Kilic, a bold young photographer whose compassion and integrity are as strong as his imagery.

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Jockey Kids in Indonesia
Photo Essay

Fearless Riders: The Child Jockeys of Indonesia

Indonesian photographer Romi Perbawa has spent four years documenting the child racers of Sumbawa Island in the West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia.

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*** BESTPIX *** Rwanda Prepares For 20th Commemoration Of 1994 Genocide
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: April 4 — April 11

From the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide to the world’s largest elections in India, to UConn’s NCAA victory and millions of tulips in bloom in Amsterdam, TIME presents the best pictures of the week

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