Throughout history, there have been many important people in the field of photography who throught the camera they have catch a single moment in time to tell a story.
When words simply will not suffice, great photographs can elicit thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
In this site you can find photos, videos and interviews from famous photographers.
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Jerome Liebling

Jerome Liebling (April 16, 1924 Manhattan, New York – July 27, 2011 Northampton, Massachusetts) was an American photographer, filmmaker, and teacher.

Liebling left his studies at Brooklyn College in 1942 to serve in the armed forces in Europe and North Africa during World War II. After the war, he returned to Brooklyn College to study art and design under Walter Rosenblum and Ad Reinhardt. In 1947, he joined New York's famed Photo League where he studied with Paul Strand. For two years he taught classes, showed his work in group exhibitions and served as membership secretary on the League's executive committee. In 1948, he studied motion-picture production at New School for Social Research and worked as a documentary filmmaker.

While a professor of film and photography at the University of Minnesota, Liebling began a longtime collaborative relationship with filmmaker Allen Downs; together they produced several award-winning documentaries, including Pow Wow, The Tree Is Dead, and The Old Men.

Liebling received numerous awards and grants, including two Guggenheim Fellowships, a National Endowment for the Arts Photographic Survey Grant, and a fellowship from the Massachusetts Council on the Arts. His photographs are in the permanent collections of many museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Fogg Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., The Jewish Museum in New York, and the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa.

Liebling was a professor emeritus of Hampshire College. He was the younger brother of David Liebling and Stan Liebling, and he is the father of five children, including Minnesota politician Tina Liebling and film director/producer Rachel Liebling.

Jane Alden Stevens


Jane Alden Stevens is a photographic artist and educator from Cincinnati, Ohio. She won the Individual Artist grants from the Ohio Arts Council in 1990 and 2002. Solo exhibitions of her work have been mounted at the ARC Gallery in Chicago, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art Ithaca, NY, and the Pittsburgh Filmmakers Gallery. She has exhibited Extensively abroad, zoals in Finland, Ukraine, Belgium, Germany, and Brazil. Stevens' photographs are included in the permanent collections of the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, NY, the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Museu da Imagem e do Som in São Paulo, Brazil. She is Professor Emerita of Fine Arts at the University of Cincinnati.

Jamie Drouin


Jamie Drouin (b.1970) is a Canadian artist working in the fields of environmental and experimental sound art, examining sonic pollution, auditory phenomena, and conceptual perceptions of land/seascapes.
Featured at numerous international venues including Deutschlandradio Kultur, Sonica, Henry Art Gallery, Biennial of the Americas, Mutek, TodaysArt.

James Pitts


James Ware Pitts is a Santa Fe based visual artist. Born in Huntsville, Alabama, he received a BS in Accounting and then studied painting and photography at Memphis Academy of Art on a full tuition merit scholarship. In 1980 he moved to New Mexico. His primary focus for 20 years was on hand coating platinum prints from large format negatives, but his interest has now shifted to sculpture, painting and creating pigment prints from digital files of scanned negatives. Currently Pitts is working on several projects, one of which is a book of photographs of “landscape anomalies” entitled Elephant Memory, a collection of images dating from the early 1980’s to the present time, of expressive marks, either accidental or intentional, made by humans in the environment. He is also documenting his travels with sets of “postcards” which are accompanied by a written narrative. Pitts’ paintings and photographs have been featured in both solo and group exhibitions in Europe, Japan and the U.S. and are included in museum and private collections worldwide.