For a long time, Ami Vitale’s dream was to be a war correspondent. After graduating with an International Relations degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, she worked as an Editor at the Associated Press and then moved abroad to pursue journalism, eventually becomin
With more cameras than citizens, why do governments still find themselves unable to catch criminals and why do we as a society still struggle to define the “truth” about what really happened in major societal events?
Our fascination with the relationship between photography and technology is no secret—in fact, it’s the subject of our latest podcast. We believe that understanding the impact of technology on society at large and our daily interactions with visual media
Diversity, inclusion and representation have become increasingly salient topics as many organizations – from government to restaurants – grapple with a generational shift that is forcing a re-examination of institutional bias, racism, sexual harassment an
The Authority Collective, whose members are women, transgender or nonbinary photographers, is building a supportive community while challenging industry leaders’ thinking about diversity and representation.