Ilvy Njiokiktjien discusses her early days as a photographer and the style she has developed over the years.
Ilvy Njiokiktjien discusses her work from Africa, with a focus on various youth groups that she photographed.
Dina Litovsky presents three recent bodies of work that examine social performances, contemporary rituals and group interactions.
Lauren Dukoff shares the story behind her evolution as a photographer, focusing on the collaborative path she took and the inspirations that shaped her body of work.
Feature documentary Country: Portraits of an American Sound explores the genre of country music as captured through the lens of photography for over 80 years.
Balazs Gardi discusses the most life-threatening environmental crisis mankind has ever faced.
Kip Evans talks about his life as a documentary photographer and living underwater.
Balazs Gardi shares the stories he has encountered in the past decade while tracking how profoundly water has affected people's lives.
Kip Evans speaks about the changes he has seen in our oceans during his 30+ years of documentary-photography exploration, including a recent 17-day underwater assignment as an aquanaut with Mission 31.
Using landscape photography from across the west and experimental geospatial modeling tools for metropolitan Los Angeles, Hadley and Peter Arnold explore promising possibilities for how humans can adapt to climate extremes in the 21st century.
Brian Fagan talks about the global crisis of sea level rise.