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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.

Latest Posts by Phil Bicker

California Drought Dries Up Bay Area Reservoirs
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: January 24 – January 31

From snowstorms crippling the American South and ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi on trial in Cairo to celebrations marking the Chinese New Year and Pope-inspired superhero street art in Rome, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Maxim Dondyuk
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Pictures of the Week: January 17 – January 24

From protests turning deadly in Ukraine and a controversial dolphin hunt in Japan to the icy Orthodox Christian rituals of Epiphany and glow-in-the-dark couture at Paris Fashion Week, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Men hold up a baby saved from under rubble, who survived an airstrike in the Duma neighbourhood of Damascus
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Pictures of the Week: January 3 – January 10

From the polar vortex freezing over much of North America and the crisis escalating in South Sudan to a massive volcano erupting in Indonesia and the welcoming of newborn pandas in Washington and Taipei, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Diving torchbearers are seen during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic torch relay underwater Lake Baikal
Man on the Wire

Public Service or Propaganda? Top Handout Photos of 2013

With much attention being drawn to the White House providing their own handout photographs amid concerns over access to photojournalists, TIME presents some of the most entertaining, educational, compelling and controversial photographs from the past year that governments, activists and private companies released to news organizations.

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Daily power outages in Jabaliya
Profile

From the Front Lines, Regional Photographers Make All The Difference

Although it has become more prevalent in recent years, regional photographers have worked for Western news organizations for decades. Here, TIME showcases work made over the past year by three of the strongest local image-makers, examining the wider context and evolution of their work and the issues they face.

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Egypt Friday protests
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Pictures of the Week: December 27 – January 3

From celebrations ringing in 2014 around the world and the swearing in of New York City’s new mayor to crackdowns on the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the first legal sales of recreational marijuana in the United States, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Dec. 19, 2013 A view looking up from the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol before a tour of the dome in Washington, DC.
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Pictures of the Week: December 13 – December 20

From the anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting and the burial of Nelson Mandela to China’s moon landing and Kim Jung Un smiling with the fishes, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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Women walk on a windy day outside Kabul
The Backstory

Photos of the Year That Almost Got Away: Behind and Beyond 365

Senior Photo Editor Phil Bicker takes a look behind the scenes at the editing choices behind 365: The Year in Pictures, our massive look at the past year in photos.

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South Africa Holds A National Day Of Prayer For Nelson Mandela
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Pictures of the Week: December 6 – December 13

From Obama’s selfie at Mandela’s memorial service and the execution of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s uncle to the continuing protests in Kiev and Santa snuggling with a shark, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

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A Palestinian girl play outside her family's tent in a poverty-stricken quarter of the town of Younis
Man on the Wire

2013: An Amazing Year of Déjà Vu

This year, we decided to play off the idea of déjà vu that we started last year — embarking on an anthropological dig through our collective visual memory to unearth images from the past year that awaken a familiar sense of recognition.

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