Everybody is always clamoring about how great they are, and the truth is that I can barely keep it together most of the time. And I’m proud of those mistakes. You can’t learn from mistakes if you don’t make any. And I should really be smart by now, because I’ve made quite a bit.
Photographer Vincent J. Musi is a good sport. While on the surface his career seems flawless and glamorous, Musi will be the first one to tell you about his flubs and missteps
Official Press Release Announcing APAD's Continued Awesomeness
What makes the APhotoADay listserv unique is community. Since 2001, I’ve watched people grow up on there. Find their voice. Come into their own. Some have grown from young college photographers into...
This year’s auction will be held online through Paddle 8 and includes photographs contributed by Ed Kashi, Vince Musi, Melissa Farlow, Randy Olson, Damon Winter, Todd Heisler, Ami Vitale and many, many other accomplished photographers. The auction will begin on September 2, 2014 and will end on September 16.
Q&A: Vince Musi and the World of Exotic Pets
It all started with a haunted house. Or at least, a house former residents and neighbors said was haunted. When photographer Vince Musi purchased a home in 2004 on an island that once hosted Edgar Allen Poe, the residence came to life at night, but not be
Twenty years working assignments for National Geographic magazine have led Musi to his current project, diving into the relationship between people and their exotic pets. I spoke to him about this latest assignment and whether it changed how he thought of pet ownership.
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The very day after the 2011 LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph ended, this year’s guest curators—National Geographic photographer Vincent Musi and Washington Post visuals editor David Griffin—started to put together the slate of artists who will appear this coming weekend. The annual for-photographers-by-photographers event in Charlottesville, Va. runs June 7-9. But, says Musi, the weekend will include the work of more than one year: professional relationships and the curators’ senses of balance, both developed over many years, were key in the decision process.
I love the craft of creating. That something can affect so many people is a great feeling of accomplishment. It happens so quickly that we tend to take it for granted and it’s really very special. 40 million people will see these pictures in the Geographic, that’s terrifying.
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