Archive for May, 2009

Eich and Slaby in American Photography 25

Posted in Awards on May 26, 2009 by luceoimages

Picture 1073Eich003Eich015EichPicture 2Picture 3Matt Eich and Matt Slaby both had winning images in this year’s American Photography 25 competition. Eich had three images selected for the book and Slaby had two images chosen for the website. Check them out alongside the other winners.

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Banks on TIME.com

Posted in General News, Recent Publications with tags , on May 22, 2009 by luceoimages

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David Walter Banks’ ongoing essay on the recreational use, medicinal application, religious views, and cultural influences of marijuana in American society was picked up by TIME.com  Click here to view, or check out the edit on his website here.

Eich in AARP Bulletin

Posted in Online, Recent Publications with tags , , on May 15, 2009 by luceoimages

200904-MattEich-AARP1200904-MattEich-AARP220090326-MattEich-0300Matt Eich photographed Wayne Sipe of Interstate Mufflers in Staunton, Virginia and Chris Cowman of One More Time thrift shop in Columbus, Ohio for a story about businesses that are booming during the recession for the AARP Bulletin.

Banks and Eich win in Magenta Foundation Flash Forward 2009

Posted in Awards with tags , , , , , , on May 7, 2009 by luceoimages

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David Walter Banks and Matt Eich were both recognized in this year’s Magenta Foundation Flash Forward 2009 census of emerging photographers from Canada, the UK, and USA. Banks was one of the selected artists from the USA and Eich won the Bright Spark Award, the competition’s grand prize of $5,000 CAD. Their work will be viewable in the 2009 Flash Forward book that will be published later in the year and in the traveling exhibitions of the winning images.

Brinson photographs her third Masters

Posted in Recent Publications on May 5, 2009 by luceoimages

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Kendrick Brinson spent a week in Augusta, Georgia shooting the 2009 Masters Golf Tournament. More images can be found in the featured galleries at Luceo Images and her blog here and here.

Matt Eich selected for 16th World Press Joop Swart Masterclass

Posted in Awards with tags , , , on May 4, 2009 by luceoimages

Twelve young photographers have been selected to come together with a group of masters for the 16th annual World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass to be held from 30 October to 5 November 2009 in Foam_Fotografiemuseum, Amsterdam. The 12 participants were selected among 179 candidates who had been nominated to submit their portfolios. During the masterclass meeting in November, the participant photographers will interact with six prominent experts, discussing technical, journalistic and ethical aspects of their work.

 The following 12 photographers were selected to participate in the masterclass 2009:

  • Kathryn Cook, USA
  • Matt Eich, USA
  • Simona Ghizzoni, Italy
  • Sohrab Hura, India
  • Benedicte Kurzen, France
  • Don McNeill Healy, Ireland
  • Mads Nissen, Denmark
  • Kosuke Okahara, Japan
  • Gihan Tubbeh, Peru
  • Ali Akbar Shirjian, Iran
  • Dirk-Jan Visser, The Netherlands
  • Alvaro Ybarra Zavala, Spain

 The participants were selected by an independent, international selection committee consisting of: Walter Astrada (Argentina) freelance photographer, Nan Goldin (USA) art and documentary photographer, Jan Grarup (Denmark) photographer Noor, Santiago Lyon (USA) director of photography The Associated Press, Jenny Smets (The Netherlands) photo editor Vrij Nederland, Anne Tucker (USA) curator of photography The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

 In preparation for the meeting, the participants will execute a photo essay on one single theme, which for this year is: “Touch”. The essays will be discussed during sessions with the masters and edited into a publication.

 The Joop Swart Masterclass has been organized by World Press Photo every year since 1994. Its goal is to bring together some of the most experienced individuals in photojournalism with 12 young, promising photographers so that they can share and pass on their knowledge and experience. From the beginning of the program a total of 176 young photographers have participated in the program, many of them moving on to establish themselves as today’s leading photojournalists.

New Fashion work by Lytvinenko

Posted in General News with tags on May 3, 2009 by luceoimages

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Tim Lytvinenko with some fresh new documentary fashion images from a show in Raleigh, NC.