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In Love and War: An Interview with Lynsey Addario

Lynsey Addario shows up at Paul café in London in a pink coat and matching coral lipstick, her large brown eyes prominent and sparkling. It takes a moment to adjust to this, because so many images I’ve seen of this legendary photojournalist are from conflict zones and show her in drab, dusty gear—perhaps wearing a hijab if she’s in a Muslim country. 2,530 more words


Kevin Frayer, Diana Markosian Win Chris Hondros Fund Awards

When photojournalist Chris Hondros was killed in Libya four years ago, he left behind a legacy of award-winning images that continue to inspire photographers today. “It’s the kind of work that so many of our generation of photographers would aspire to do,” says Kevin Frayer, a Canadian photojournalist. 524 more words

JSP Visual Week In Review | 03.14.15

This was a week unlike all others.

And I’m not even talking about what Chip Kelly did this week.

Well, yes I am, a little. I mean, all of his crazy machinations contributed to the surrealness of this week. 391 more words

Week In Review

Sept. 11, 2014

A show honoring Chris Hondros – “Testament” opened at Methodist College in Fayetteville. In a classic Chris story, his fiancee, Christina Piaia, reads a passage from the book talking about trying to find the right classical music to explain where he was in Iraq.   7 more words


The importance of a journalist's death in forgotten Africa

Camille Lepage was only 26 when she died this week in the Central African Republic, and yet she’d done more good for suffering people than the most of the rest of us will do in our whole lives. 936 more words


Remembering Chris Hondros

On Easter Sunday in 2011, an American Airlines plane landed in New York with the body of Chris Hondros, one of the most accomplished war photographers of his generation. 514 more words


JSP Visual Week In Review | 04.05.14

It was a week of newness this this past week.

A new baseball season started.

My little girl turned 7, a new year in her life. 321 more words

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