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Neil Harris

Associate Photo Editor, TIME
Neil Harris is an associate photo editor at Fortune, and an instructor at the International Center of Photography. He worked at TIME from 2010 to 2013, also as an associate photo editor. Previously, he was the photo editor at CNNMoney.com as well as an adjunct assistant professor for photography at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, where he established a program to partner his students with photojournalism students at the International Center of Photography. He was also a founding member and director of the documentary photography collective Veras Images.

Latest Posts by Neil Harris

Rob Hornstra—INSTITUTE
In Progress

Summer Songs of the Russian Riviera

Rob Hornstra is one of photography’s pioneers of crowdfunding and self-publishing. His latest book is on the restaurant singers of Russia’s favorite Black Sea resort town of Sochi. The series just won first place for the Arts and Entertainment—Stories category at the World Press Photo awards.

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Tiana Markova-Gold
In Progress

If You Smoke Cigarettes in Public: Prostitution in Morocco

The winners of the 20th Lange-Taylor prize, photographer Tiana Markova-Gold and writer Sarah Dohrmann, share an exclusive sneak peek of their project on sex workers in the nation.

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Joel Meyerowitz for TIME
Photo Essay

Joel Meyerowitz: Ground Zero, Then and Now

Joel Meyerowitz sat down for an interview with TIME after his most recent shoot for our Commemorative 9/11 issue to reflect on a decade of documenting Ground Zero.

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@britneyspears
In Progress

Data Visualization: Twitter Portraits by Lori Hepner

Artist Lori Hepner has devised an ingenious and mesmerizing approach to the representation of identity in the age of digital social media — in her ongoing series Status Symbols, she makes portraits of individual posts on Twitter.

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New Mexico
Photo Essay

Picturing the American Drought: George Steinmetz

As renowned aerial photographer George Steinmetz documented the effects of the recent record-setting drought in the American South, he discovered that even in driest parts of the country, the cliched idea of the bowl of cracked earth and dust was neither common nor representative of the crisis.

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Moros y Cristianos festival, Mojacar, Spain
Photo Essay

Travels Through Islam: Moros y Cristianos

There may be no more curious remnant of the Muslim kingdom that Ibn Battuta knew as al-Andalus than the festival of Moros y Cristianos—Moors and Christians.

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Colleen Plumb
Out There

Animals Are Outside Today

Photographer Colleen Plumb’s new monograph Animals Are Outside Today reflects on the complicated and often contradictory relationships between animals and human beings.

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Corey Arnold
Out There

Corey Arnold’s Fish Work

Corey Arnold always knew he would work as a fisherman. In his surreal photographs made over months at sea, he is as much participant as observer.

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Smith Neuvieme—Fotokonbit
In Progress

Fotokonbit: Putting Cameras in Haitian Hands

Some of best images at this year’s LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph were not made by professionals, but by amateurs — participants in “social photography workshops” in Haiti run by the non-profit organization Fotokonbit.

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International Center of Photography
Out There

Hiroshima: Ground Zero 1945

Rare, once-classified U.S. government photographs of the aftermath of atomic bombing of Hiroshima make up a new exhibit at the International Center of Photography called Hiroshima: Ground Zero 1945. These post-apocalyptic pictures had a profound effect on civil defense architecture during the Cold War, but only now can their historical significance, emotional power, and tragic beauty be appreciated.

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