Claire O'Neill

Claire O'Neill appears in the following:

What Happens To An Olympic City After The Olympics?

Friday, June 21, 2013

Jon Pack and Gary Hustwit are always a little late to the games. That is: They're interested in the Olympics, but only years after they end.


The Quest To Rescue Beijing's Trashed Photo Negatives

Thursday, June 20, 2013

It's a Sisyphean task, but Thomas Sauvin has already saved about half a million photos from the trash.


Photography Cross-Stitch And Rebuilding The Berlin Wall

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

How do you photograph something that's not really there? Photographer Diane Meyer uses a needle and thread.


A Photography Phone Call: On Life, Faith And Trains

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

"You have to see the moment and get it fast. You don't get two chances," says Christopher Chadbourne. Listen to a phone conversation and hear what else he has to say about life, death and photography.


Photographing What Endures For Australia's Aboriginals

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Nothing lasts forever, but photographer Amy Toensing is interested in the things that come close.


Finding And Photographing Alaska's Remote Veterans

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

In Alaska there are veterans who don't even know they're entitled to benefits. In order to register them, Veterans Affairs officials first have to find them.


Faces And Places The Tornado Left Behind

Friday, May 24, 2013

A portraits series shows what — or rather, who — remains in an Oklahoma neighborhood. For most, amid the rubble, it's a mix of fear, disbelief and resilience.


Throwback Thursday: A Time-Traveling Photographer

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Have you ever looked at old family photos and wished you could be there? Photographer Bootsy Holler has found a way.


Revisiting 'Some Los Angeles Apartments'

Saturday, April 20, 2013

In 1965, Ed Ruscha didn't want to be called a photographer. But today, his photographs are a valuable record of Los Angeles architecture.


Tell Us: In Times Of Tragedy, What Do You Want To See?

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The questions aren't new, but they're still relevant: How do we use photos during times of crisis — both in the media and as general users of the Internet?

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Trains, Punks, Pictures And Books You Maybe Shouldn't Read

Friday, April 12, 2013

When he was 17, Mike Brodie hopped a train with a Polaroid camera and a pack of film. About 10 years later, he doesn't hop trains and doesn't really photograph, either. But he does have a book out about those years.


Japanese Cherry Blossoms, Circa 1890

Thursday, April 11, 2013

In Japan, cherry blossom trees have been appearing in art for about as long as art has existed. And with the advent of photography, the tradition continued.


Do We Need A New Documerica?

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

In the 1970s, the EPA hired a bunch of photographers to document what they found interesting. The result is a huge archive with almost no modern parallel.


NPR's Handy Guide To Not Taking Terrible Food Photographs

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

A few basic tips will help you make the most of our new community cooking series.


North Korea Caught Photoshopping ... Again (Do We Care?)

Friday, March 29, 2013

This isn't the first time, and it's likely not the last. So we can hardly claim to be surprised.


The Art Of Photographing Artists: Portraits By Arnold Newman

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Pablo Picasso, Ayn Rand, Igor Stravinsky: This archive is like a who's who of midcentury culture.


Under Construction: Kazakhstan's Space-Age Capital

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Photographer Fabrice Fouillet captures modern monuments emerging from scaffolding and sand.


Lost Nigeria: The Found Photos Of A Nurse With Wanderlust

Monday, March 25, 2013

It's a poignant filmstrip of one person's life — but these photos also expose a chapter of Nigerian history you don't often see.


Now And Then: Rephotographing Iraq

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

AP photographer Maya Alleruzzo has revisited physical sites photographed by various photographers in Iraq to see what has changed and what hasn't.


Turning The Camera On The Crowd At SXSW

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

There's been no shortage of media coverage for SXSW. But here's a slightly different perspective: the view from the stage.