Posts Tagged ‘James Balog’

Fellowship Opportunity for Conservation Photographers

Posted by on Thursday January 22, 2015 | Uncategorized

The International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) is currently accepting applications for its Associate Fellows program. The iLCP is a non-profit organization whose members create images and other content that help advocate for environmental conservation causes all over the world. The organization counts many respected conservation photographers among its ranks, including senior fellows James Balog, Paul Nicklen,... More

Events, Awards and Other Photo Happenings

Posted by on Wednesday June 5, 2013 | Awards/Contests/Grants, Business, Events, Fine Art, Photojournalism

Events Tonight at the New York Public Library, photography educator and historian Deborah Willis will discuss Leonard Freed‘s photographs of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Joining Willis on the panel will be photographers Eli Reed and Jamel Shabazz, scholar Paul M. Farber, writer Michael Eric Dyson, and Freed’s widow, Brigitte Freed.... More

PPE 2012: James Balog on Using Art to Alter Perception About the Environment

Posted by on Monday October 29, 2012 | Fine Art, Media

As the Northeast braces for Hurricane Sandy to make landfall this evening, with schools and offices—including PDN‘s—closed in preparation, it seems an appropriate time to recap photographer James Balog‘s keynote address this past Saturday at Photo Plus Conference + Expo. Balog’s talk covered his Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) project, which shows through time-lapse video the... More

Greenfield Wins Sundance Director Prize

Posted by on Monday January 30, 2012 | Awards/Contests/Grants

Lauren Greenfield won the prize for best director of a US documentary at the Sundance Film Festival for her film, “The Queen of Versailles.” The prize was announced January 28 at the end of the festival for independent films. Greenfield, a photographer and director whose previous documentaries include “Thin,” an HBO film on anorexia, was... More