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Crary Pullen

Contributing Editor, TIME
Crary Pullen joined the staff at TIME in 2006. As a photo editor, she has produced numerous special issues and three books, and she covers environmental, health and society stories on a weekly basis. Before coming to TIME, she was a photo editor at LIFE, Talk and the Washington Post magazines and was the New Yorker’s first director of photography.

Latest Posts by Crary Pullen

Dustin Aksland
Out There

Sounds of the Soil

Sounds of the Soil is a journey through the poetic Rajasthan region of India by photographer Dustin Aksland.

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Don McCullin—Contact Press Images
Photo Essay

The Berlin Wall – Don McCullin’s Lost Negatives

British photojournalist Don McCullin’s lost negatives of the Berlin Wall.

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Diving Horse Act
The Backstory

Dr. Carver’s Diving Horse Act

A short history of the breathtaking diving horse act.

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Greg Miller
Photo Essay

Greg Miller’s Waiting For…

In the age of megapixels and 10-frames-per-second, Miller works with an antique portrait camera and 8-by-10-inch negatives. In this series of images made at the Mansfield Drive-in Theatre & Marketplace near his home in Mansfield, Conn., Miller captures people in the twilight moments before the show begins.

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Freedom Riders bus trip to Jackson, MS
The Backstory

Freedom Riders: Bruce Davidson on his Awakening

50 years ago today, Magnum photographer Bruce Davidson set out on a bus headed to Jackson, Miss. to document the historic travels of the Freedom Riders.

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Coastline
Toolbox

Up in the Air: Kite Photography

Esteban Pastorino Diaz’s photography takes flight in a unique method of photographing landscapes around the world.

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Civil War Artifacts by Henry Leutwyler for TIME
Photo Essay

Bloodstains and Bullet Holes: Rare Civil War Artifacts by Henry Leutwyler

In honor of the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Civil War, TIME sent photographer Henry Leutwyler to The National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pa. to photograph 185 artifacts, from powder horns to playing cards, held in the museum’s collection […]

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Andy McMillan
In Progress

Andy McMillan’s PTL Series: What Remains of Pastor Jim Bakker’s Former Ministry

Andy McMillan documents the remnants of Heritage USA, the fallen empire of televangelist Jim Bakker, and the surrounding neighborhood of Fort Mill, S.C., whose recent history is still palpable.

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Timothy Archibald / Redux Pictures
In Progress

Echolilia: A Father’s Photographic Conversation with his Autistic Son

We were preparing a special issue on children and mental health, and photographer Timothy Archibald’s project “Echolilia” came to mind. Archibald had photographed his son Elijah, who suffers from echolilia, as a way to find an emotional bridge. Following are […]

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