Photo Essays
Strange Shore

Strange Shore

Best of In The Fray 2007. African refugees on Chicago’s North Side.

In the shadows

A glimpse into the downtown alleys one young woman calls home.

Bearing to look, daring to look

Bearing to look, daring to look

An up-close look at the 2005 Srebrenica Commemoration.

The colors of love

Artifacts from an Italian couple’s romance form the building blocks of a new story.

The art of photographing the young and in love

A review of Margot Herster’s photography.

A long walk to work

A long walk to work

New York City takes a transit strike in stride.

Vanishing Heritage: Thailand

Best of In The Fray 2005. An up-close look at the ethnic minorities of China, Bolivia, and Thailand. Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer John Kaplan explores indigenous culture and the threat of industrialization on its preservation. Part three of a three-part series.

Illuminating evil

Capturing the dark underbelly of humanity may well be what Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer John Kaplan does best. But why — and how — does he bear the weight of this heavy burden of proof?

Winner of BEST OF IMAGE (SO FAR) for “Life after torture”

Vanishing Heritage: Bolivia

Best of In The Fray 2005. Photographing rural ethnic minorities in China, Bolivia, and Thailand before it is too late. Part two of a three-part series.

Vanishing Heritage: China

Best of In The Fray 2005. Rapid industrialization is making it difficult for ethnic minorities in China, Bolivia, and Thailand to preserve their cultural identity. Part one of a three-part series.

Daddies’ little girl

Growing up under the shadow of discrimination.

The Tao of the street

Navigating life in western China.