Authored Articles

Along the Thailand/Myanmar border with My Story Photography

Blind Magazine, Jume 11, 2024

Corky Lee's Asian America

Blind Magazine, May 14, 2024

Emin Özmen's Moving Look at Tumultuous Turkey

Blind Magazine, April 29, 2024

Gordon Parks' Testimony of Black Life in America

Blind Magazine, April 18, 2024

Joe Conzo: A Look Back at the Bronx, 1977 - 1984

Blind Magazine, April 11, 2024

The Brilliant Colors of Hong Kong's Darkest Days

Blind Magazine, April 7, 2024

Burt Glinn: Half a Century as a Magnum Photographer

Blind Magazine, March 5, 2024

The Uyghurs: Kashgar Before the Catastrophe

The Diplomat, January 30, 2024

How Rian Dundon Photographed Protest City

Blind Magazine, January 16, 2024

Fighting Gun Violence in Baltimore

Blind Magazine, January 11, 2024

Frank Stewart's Nexus: An American Photographer's Journey

Blind Magazine, December 19, 2023

Mary Ellen Mark's Encounters

Blind Magazine, December 4, 2023

The Forgotten People of Appalachia

Blind Magazine, October 18, 2023

Exploring the Legacy of the Black Star Photo Agency

Blind Magazine, October 5, 2023

Daido Moriyama: A Retrospective

Blind Magazine, August 24, 2023

W. Eugene Smith and the Largest Stories of his Career

Blind Magazine, August 9, 2023

Bud Lee and Newark during the Long, Hot Summer of 1967

Blind Magazine, August 2, 2023

Ukraine: A War Crime

Blind Magazine, June 20, 2023

The 24 Hours of Le Mans through the lens of Joe Honda

Blind Magazine, June 10, 2023

A Lower East Side Time Capsule

Blind Magazine, May 30, 2023

Looking at Iraq Through the Eyes of Civilians

Blind Magazine, May 18, 2023

The Women on Ward 81

Blind Magazine, May 2, 2023

The Everyday Bronx

Blind Magazine, April 24, 2023

Black Archives: A Photographic Celebration of Black Life

Blind Magazine, April 18, 2023

Life Along Boston's Orange Line Before its Demolition

Blind Magazine, March 10, 2023

Comrade Sisters: The Women of the Black Panther Party

Blind Magazine, March 2, 2023

The Eyes of the City

Blind Magazine, February 28, 2023

We Cry in Silence

Blind Magazine, February 16, 2023

No Justice, No Peace

Blind Magazine, January 27, 2023

Reexamining the Iconic Spanish Civil War Photobook "Death in the Making"

Blind Magazine, November 16, 2022

Gordon Parks' View of America Across Three Decades

Blind Magazine, October 28, 2022

The 43rd W. Eugene Smith Grant Awarded to Maxim Dondyuk

Blind Magazine, October 19, 2022

Congo in Conversation

Blind Magazine, October 6, 2022

Exploring the Devastating Effects of Police Killings on Mothers

Blind Magazine, September 26, 2022

Preserving the Culture and Community of Houston's Third Ward

Blind Magazine, September 16, 2022

Ukrainian Refugees Continue to Forge New Lives in Slovakia

Blind Magazine, August 8, 2022

Trying to Preserve the History of One of LA's Most Vibrant Neighborhoods

Blind Magazine, July 21, 2022

Ukrainian Refugees Look to Slovakia for a New Home

Blind Magazine, July 18, 2022

Looking at Life After Conflict Through the Work of the International Criminal Court

Blind Magazine, July 15, 2022

Living on the Streets in One of America's Richest Cities

Blind Magazine, June 21, 2022

Through Lauren Walsh's Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter

Blind Magazine, May 25, 2022

Photojournalist Paula Bronstein Wins 2022 Courage in Photojournalism Award

Blind Magazine, May 5, 2022

The Last Goodbyes in the Border Regions of Ukraine

Blind Magazine, April 17, 2022

How Photography Can Help Restore Confidence in Journalism

Blind Magazine, April 4, 2022

The Daily Lives of the Ukrainians Displaced by War

 Blind Magazine, April 1, 2022

Catherine Leroy and the Making of a Photojournalist during the Vietnam War

Blind Magazine, March 21, 2022

Edwin Torres Captures His Family's Lives in the South Bronx

Blind Magazine March 9, 2022

Rian Dundon and the Lost and Found Story of his Book Changsha

Blind Magazine, March 8, 2022

Matt Black Documents the Geography of Poverty in America

Blind Magazine, January 24, 2022

Has American Been Pushed Beyond Repair?

Blind Magazine, December 19, 2021

In the Intimacy of the American Civil Rights Movement

Blind Magazine, December 15, 2021

The world in 2022 may be a less safe, less welcoming, less stable place for journalists - including Hong Kong

 Hong Kong Free Press, December 12, 2021

Photographing the Russian Occupation of Georgia

Blind Magazine, December 10, 2021

US journalist Danny Fenster's 11-year sentence demonstrates plight of press in Myanmar

Hong Kong Free Press, November 15, 2021

Killing the messenger: how the murder of journalists goes unpunished worldwide

Hong Kong Free Press, November 5, 2021

Even with the Nobel Peace Prize, press freedom remains under fierce attack

Hong Kong Free Press, October 17, 2021

Patrick Wack's Exploration of the Decried East Turkistan

Blind Magazine, October 13, 2021

The Recipients of the 42nd W. Eugene Smith Fund Grant

Blind Magazine, October 12, 2021

Danny Fenster: Jailed for telling the truth in Myanmar - with no end in sight

Hong Kong Free Press, September 4, 2021

Hong Kong Photojournalists Look Back on Photographing the 2019 Protests

 Blind Magazine, August 31, 2021

Taliban pledges on press freedom are already being broken as journalists face harassment and attacks

Hong Kong Free Press, August 29, 2021

Inside the Cambodian Diaspora in America

Blind Magazine, August 11, 2021

Hong Kong's press freedom clampdown echoes around the world

Hong Kong Free Press, July 25, 2021

Mic Check

Street Photography Magazine, June 2021

Hijacking the truth: how repressive governments worldwide cracked down on press freedom

Hong Kong Free Press, June 12, 2021

Edward Grazda: A Diary of Afghanistan Before the United States Came to Call

Blind Magazine, June 8, 2021

Shafiqul Islam Kajol: Photographing Bangladesh Through Turbulent Times

Blind Magazine, May 9, 2021

Press Freedom Day 2021: Autocratic leaders are muzzling the media citing 'fake news,'Covid and national security

Hong Kong Free Press, May 3, 2021

Progress against the pandemic – but the press remains under fire in Asia

Hong Kong Free Press, April 17, 2021

Shisei Kuwabara: Minamata Disease, and the Poisoning of a Town

Blind Magazine, March 26, 2021

Away from the media spotlight, Bangladesh clamps down on free speech

Hong Kong Free Press, March 8, 2021

The Plight of Myanmar’s people in 2006 – and how they still suffer under a new regime

HongKong Free Press, February 28, 2021

How Donald Trump gave the mob, and dictators worldwide, a free pass to intimidate the media

Hong Kong Free Press, January 14, 2021

How press freedom and free speech came under attack worldwide in 2020

Hong Kong Free Press, December 28, 2020

Why there’s more hope for the world’s free press as ‘fake news’ chants fade

Hong Kong Free Press, November 13, 2020

Journalists are pawns as China and US vie for supremacy on world stage

Hong Kong Free Press, October 31, 2020

Documenting the Black Lives Matter Protests in New York City 2014-2020

Japan Professional Photographers Society, September 18, 2020

As journalists are made to leave, Hong Kong’s global status will suffer

Hong Kong Free Press, September 18, 2020

Power to the People to keep Hong Kong press freedom alive

Hong Kong Free Press, August 22, 2020

When will the come for journalists?: Hong Kong press freedom under the new national security law

Hong Kong Free Press, July 4, 2020

Missing for Two Months, Editor is Now a Prisoner of the Pandemic

The Correspondent, July 2020, P. 26-27

US and Hong Kong protests: Press freedom needs protection, everywhere

Hong Kong Free Press, June 13, 2020

As the journalists’ visa war between the US and China continues, Hong Kong is caught in the middle

Hong Kong Free Press, May 14, 2020

During a worldwide crackdown on press freedom, the truth needs an ally

Hong Kong Free Press, April 25, 2020

Seeking a Place Where the Fallen Can Rest

The Correspondent, April 2020, p. 28-29

A new journalism visa war between the US and China will have no winners

Hong Kong Free Press, March 4, 2020

Photography on the frontlines: How China is tightening control of how it is seen, at home and abroad

Hong Kong Free Press, February 22, 2020

I Will Sing and Dance If I Have To

The Correspondent, January 2020, p. 18-19

The World is Watching, thanks to Hong Kong’s dedicated photojournalists

Hong Kong Free Press, December 22, 2019

Mic Check

The Brooklyn Rail, December 2019 – January 2020

Watching From 12 Hours Behind

The Correspondent, October 2019, p. 27

Social Documentary on Ilford HP5

Ilford Photo Magazine, June 6, 2019

Myrtle Avenue

Street Photography Magazine, May 18, 2018

Pakistan: Chai at Midnight

The Diplomat, January 26, 2018

Photographing Muslims in New York

Stories: Behind-the-Scenes, The Museum of the City of New York, July 31, 2017

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