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Valley Lost to Flood; Innocence to Oppression

March 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

  Editor’s note: Edwin Koo is a 2010 winner of the Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography. His proposal to document Pakistan’s Swat Valley captivated our judges last year and opened our eyes to the...

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Brenda Ann Kenneally, a winner of a Getty Images Editorial Photography Grant, completed her project recently exploring class inequity in America. She followed seven women from the post-industrial city of Troy and captured their coming...

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Karen Kasmauski received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in June of 2009 and we are thrilled to announce that she has completed her project which focuses on the Save Our Cumberland Mountains organization....

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Last September Krisanne Johnson was awarded a grant from our Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography program. We are delighted to announce that she has completed her project and has provided a summary of her...

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Andrew Testa, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, has recently completed his project entitled New Beginning for Kosovo. In his project summary, Testa writes, “With Kosovo’s widely expected independence delayed by Russian...

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Rena Effendi, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, recently completed her project entitled Pipedreams: a chronicle of lives along the pipeline in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey.    Effendi writes, “Pipedreams is my...

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Winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, Simon Roberts recently completed his project entitled The Russian Army. Roberts writes, “My study begins with an exploration of the military in Russian society, looking at...

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Intended Consequences: Exhibition Now in NY

April 20, 2009 | 0 Comments

Jonathan Torgovnik For the past three years I have been working on a personal project Intended Consequences: Rwandan Children Born of Rape, collecting testimonies and photographing women that were brutally raped during the Rwandan Genocide...

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