At night in Seattle,
There was a high-rise janitor.
And a karaoke party with a night Lyft driver.
The images at an exhibit at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York are infused with the spirit of African identity.
Interrogating our media consumption of images of the dead – whose bodies are shown, whose aren’t, and what (if anything) that will change.
In a new project, photographer Robin Hammond made portraits of women who've lived through fighting and violence. He found pain, sorrow, anger, hope — and even joy.
In March 2015, tens of thousands of black and white photographs by Al Smith were donated to MOHAI — the Museum of History and Industry — in Seattle.
The Makah Tribe held a final hunt in 1999, but has not since practiced its whaling rights.
Lola Muñoz entered a painful experimental treatment for a rare type of brain cancer, hoping to ultimately help other children down the line. Photographer Moriah Ratner captured her journey.
Prasenjeet Yadav wants his photos to make people care about the environment — whether it's grasslands vanishing in southwest India or windmills taking over a lizard's habitat.