A Tribute to Nelson Mandela by Pulitzer Winner David Turnley
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley spent 28 years photographing South Africa’s struggles of apartheid. Documenting the life of Nelson Mandela and his people, Turnley reflects for LightBox on his memories of Nelson Mandela on the day of his release.
An afternoon with Michelle, Michael and Skyla from Liz Arcus Photography on Vimeo.
“If you believe, all things are possible” - Michelle’s favourite quote
Watch this story to see the Grossi family story unfold as they play in their garden and their home.
With songs sung by Skyla and Michelle.
Sometimes you meet a family who asks you to make their story that touches you extra deeply, for me this family is one of them. It was such a joy to get to know Michelle, Michael and Skyla.
Story made by Liz Arcus Photography lizarcus.com
Duane Michals: Heart of the Question
Art should be vulnerable, says Mr. Michals, who believes that images should be about what something feels like as well as what it looks like.
Detroit's Fight to Survive: A Humanist's Look at the Motor City
A second-generation Detroit native living in Chicago, photographer Dave Jordano returned to his home city three years ago with a mission: not to document what’s been destroyed, but to record what’s been left behind and the lives of those coping with it.
Photographing by Santa's Rules
A Finnish photographer met a man so devoted to his job of impersonating Santa Claus that he couldn’t resist following him around, documenting a real-life fairy tale character on the clock.