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This year, GeekFest is heading back to where it all began -- Washington, D.C., Sept 16-18, 2016. for those trying to make travel plans, things will kick off around 6pm Friday night, and wrap by 6pm...

The line-up of speakers is incredible: Jose Cabaço, Stephen Crowley, Carol Guzy, Greg Kahn, Mike Kepka, Elizabeth Krist, Zun Lee, Jonathan Newton, Ruddy Roye, Lexey Swall, and Dani Zalcman. We’re also putting together a special panel discussion with editors and art buyers, hoping to answer the question “what are editors looking for?” And as always, we have a few surprises up our sleeves…

And the winner of the APAD Backyard Storytelling Grant is...

For years, I’ve been hoping to do more with APhotoADay. Since 2000, it’s been an incredible listserv. A source of honest critique. A place for conversation and questions. A safe forum for figuring...

This year, one of the highlights of GeekFest Oakland was getting to Skype with Washington D.C.-based freelance photographer Greg Kahn – the recipient of our first-ever grant. Even better, was that it was a total surprise.

Q&A: Greg Kahn on Exposing Toxic Threats in Italy

Have you ever tracked how much waste you create during a week, or even a month? Every time I clean my house or walk down a neighborhood street I marvel at the sheer amount of waste we create. But where does it all go? And what happens when large companies

In Campania, Italy, the toxic waste situation has become so dire that children and adults alike are developing rare cancers. Photographer Greg Kahn set out to document this issue in a country that is simultaneously beautiful and torn apart by organized crime and governmental failure

Greg Kahn Wins 2008 NPPA Monthly News Clip Contest

This is the first year a MNCC National Photographer of the Year has been named, MNCC contest chair Denny Simmons said, "although we're pretty sure photographers have been keeping track of these points for decades, now it's official."