Photography

Inside the Haleakalā crater, solidified lava flow known as ‘a’a is silhouetted against the Milky Way. The bright white “star” is the planet Jupiter. In this view, we are looking towards the center of our galaxy. ©Stan Honda

INFINITE NIGHT | STAN HONDA

INFINITE NIGHT, Photography by STAN HONDA debuts at the Schaefer International Gallery on Maui featuring 25 of Honda’s dynamic night-sky photographs from seven national parks. “I call them night sky landscapes,” said Honda. “At night you actually can see where the earth is in the solar system and our universe and where it’s going on this big voyage. I think people like the pictures because there is a much more human perspective.”

Fotografiska New York is presenting a major retrospective, Memoria, which includes 77 photographs arranged in narrative sequences including many of James Nachtwey’s most prominent bodies of work.

James Nachtwey Memoria

Fotografiska New York is presenting a major retrospective, Memoria, which includes 77 photographs arranged in narrative sequences including many of James Nachtwey’s most prominent bodies of work.

Smokey sunset on July 22, 2021, in Gowanus, Brooklyn, silhouettes the Statue of Liberty. ©Mark D Phillips

Pictures of the Year

My absolute favorite PICTURE of the YEAR is Freedom’s Fire, an image that came about because of arriving in Brooklyn and seeing the smoke filled view from our ninth floor condo looking to the Statue of Liberty and New Jersey in the west.

9/11 Diptych is twenty years of New York 9/11 history with two images by Mark D Phillips – “Satan in the Smoke” and “The Hand of God” – printed on 11″ x 14″ aluminum, made to hang floating on the wall.

Satan in the Smoke, 20 Years After

Satan in the Smoke was one of the first electronic viral images. Sent over email before social media, the image appeared in millions of inboxes across the country. My website crashed from the million hits it received. The image was vilified as fake by major news organizations, I had to […]

Mark D Phillips' photographic collection documents his generational view of the Gowanus Canal from abandoned, industrial filth to the beginning of gentrification and the EPA's start to cleaning the Superfund site.

Gowanus Canal: Brooklyn’s Superfund Waterway

For over thirty years, Mark D Phillips has documented the Gowanus waterway and the surrounding urban environment. Gowanus Canal: Brooklyn’s Superfund Waterway is SouthBrooklyn and Phillips new photography stock photo location for general editorial use with minimal licensing fees.

Mark D Phillips' 20 of 2020 photographs of the year

The 20 Photographs of 2020

Mark D Phillips twenty favorite images of 2020, a year like no other.​ What do you photograph while you Shelter in Place? The images are different from the past, not a single sports photo made the cut, and nature played a heavy hand.