Monthly Archives: April 2016

  Register for our first ever photo hackathon at the International Center of Photography. ICP has a long tradition of engaged photography in telling the most important stories since it was founded in 1974 by Cornell Capa. The New Media Narratives Program continues this tradition in welcoming creative visual storytellers from many disciplines and artistic […]

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Thank you to ‪Room‬, a magazine about literature art and feminism since 1975 for interviewing me and highlighting the current multimedia project ‪‎Transparency‬: The Gender Identity Project. I’m thankful the magazine is a diverse community of writers, editors, and artists who make space for all women’s voices.  

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Now I can spill the beans! Thanks to photo editor Rebecca Robertson for featuring my work in PDN! I can’t believe ‪#‎MartinParr‬‘s work is a project or two before mine in the publication! “In Daphne Chan’s portraits of Sasha Velour, the artist and drag queen is dressed in stylishly demure clothes that seem at odds […]

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This week I found out that I didn’t receive a fellowship and was turned down by the Magnum Foundation. On a brighter note, a major magazine wants to publish my work, a curator highlighted my project and today I’m off to a really important interview. Ah, you win some you lose some but the important […]

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