A sampling of travel photos from the extensive portfolio of Jessica Antola.
Archive for: "Travel"
Mike “The Polaroid Kid” Brodie spent 4 years walking, hitching rides and hopping trains all over the U.S., taking photos along the way.
Check out this exhilarating short film shot over the course of a 10-day visit to India, featuring pro inline skaters Pierre Lelievre and Anthony Finocchiaro.
Part 2 of our interview with Liz Nord, where we discuss how she came to spearhead MTV’s 2008 “Choose or Lose” presidential election coverage, as well as her experience filming a documentary in Haiti for Wyclef’s NGO.
Liz Nord is a documentary filmmaker and multi-platform producer who has been referred to as a “fierce, youthful visionary.” In Part 1 we discuss her experience of making her acclaimed independent film, 2005’s “Jericho’s Echo: Punk Rock in the Holy Land.”
Claudia Goetzelmann is an integrated-media photographer and director of photography who has gained international recognition for her work in the realms of Fashion and Advertising.
Raquel Olivo is a Los Angeles-based photographer whose portfolio spans the worlds of fashion, music and advertising. I was recently taken by some of her personal work, particularly her pictures of Cuba.
Konrad Lukas is a photographer from Poland who has traveled extensively in Europe, Africa and Western Asia.
A few choice images from a recent trip to Kenya by award-winning photographer Jonathan May.
A few choice entries in the running for this year’s National Geographic Photo Contest. Photographers note: the deadline is November 30, so there’s still time to submit photos in any of these three categories: People, Places, and Nature.
Colin Delfosse is a documentary photographer who has traveled extensively in many countries including China, Iraq, Vietnam, Mali and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2011 he won the annual PDN Photo Award for his work on Congolese wrestlers.
Johnny Panessa’s passion for photography has led him to places as diverse as Peru, Bali and Vietnam, as well as fostered an ongoing dialogue with his stomping grounds in Brooklyn, Newark and Long Island.