Here are a few stories about my career and my approach to photojournalism:
When Does Photojournalism Transcend Into Art? by Giulia Prati
“In this research essay I pondered the indistinct boundary between photojournalism and fine art by conducting a case study of Don Bartletti’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo essay on the human toll of immigration”. Note: Don’t miss the Q&A at the end.
The Newseum Pulitzer Prize Photographs
Here’s a 1minute teaser about the Pulitzer Prize Photography Gallery at the Newseum in Washington DC. If you go there, don’t miss the full 20 minute version about the men and women who made history’s most memorable photographs. And --- at the entrance to the gallery is a giant color photograph of what everyone seems to refer to as, The Kids on the Horse. “Chiapas Racers” is part of my 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography. Email a copy of yourself on the bench in front of it and I’d be honored to add you to my archive.
Photographers Speak – Interview with Dean Brierly
This was a wonderful forum that explains my personal approach to photojournalism which falls somewhere between a scavenger hunt and cultural anthropology.