A fierce woman is defined not by how she looks but by the multiplicity of all that she is.
There’s beauty in being one, knowing who you are and feeling confident. There’s also beauty in being two, however, as these couples’ photographs demonstrate.
Just a week after their wedding, Anneliese and Ali Klausing step in front of our camera to spread some of the love and happiness that seems to be neverending.
Hanging out with Kat and our friend Dewey X results in some very fun and erotic artwork.
Kat was feeling feisty and wanted to do a shoot in the woods reminiscent of the Pastorale series we did five years ago. The pictures are great but the shoot did not end well. Here’s the full story.
Identical shoes gave us an excuse to take family portraits and illustrate why people take pictures in the first place.
Tombstones knocked over. Travel bans. Church police. Why does such hate continue against religion? Because religion promotes hate.
Resistance is brutal and we risk losing ourselves in the commitment to a cause.
Two events collide: In Germany, a law prohibiting insulting foreign leaders has been struck down. Meanwhile, in the US, a jew is arrested for insulting a Nazi.
Shortly after the 45th president signed an executive order for the building of a wall along the US border with Mexico, Mexico said no.
Resistance is more than one march and one protest. We must prepare for and commit to four years of resistance. That is, if you really care.
As Jenn King and her family prepare to move to Texas, we take a brief look back at some of our favorite photos.
The first big decision a first lady makes is what to wear to the inauguration of her husband. This year, however, that is one politically fraught decision.
Parents are human too, and as much as your mom tried to fill your head with everything you need to know she might have missed some things.
2016 was brutal and beat us up in many ways. 2017 stands poised to be even worse if we let it. So, don’t let it. Here’s our guide to surviving.
This has been a helluva year. We’re not just saying goodbye to 2016, we’re shooting it in the head. Here, let me explain, why … pull up a chair and grab a beer.
Stolen Picassos, a scheming murder, and a ban on the sale of ivory in China are among our 5 Things You Should Know at the end of this year.
We say goodbye to #CarrieFisher, worry about mall rats, and consider the possibility of racism at @Versace among 5 things you should know.
We looked through our stats for the year and discovered you have some favorite topics. Here are the articles you read the most.
It’s the holiday weekend and we searched until we found 5 things you should know that won’t leave you feeling totally bummed out.
The New Year is just around the corner. What do we think might happen in 2017? Here are our most reasonable predictions.
Zsa Zsa Gabor has died and evacuations are finally happening in Aleppo. We have 5 stories you need to know.
Have you remembered to include your favorite photographer on your holiday shopping list? We have some suggestions, just in case.