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Prime Collective Newsletter | December 17, 2012


latest news

Prime was featured in an article on PolicyMic on photography collectives that are "revolutionizing the industry."

The latest in his series on attitudes toward guns around the world, Pete Muller was featured on Wired's Raw File blog with his pictures from a recent machine gun shoot in Oklahoma. You can view his project Machine Gun Americana on our website.

Dominic Bracco II has thirty prints from his project Life and Death in the Northern Pass on display at the The Center for the Study of the Southwest at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, until the end of January.

Charlie Mahoney is featured in PhotoShelter's latest guide Email Marketing for Photographers.




new feature work

cairo chaos

Pete Muller has been in Cairo for the past several weeks covering demonstrations both for and against President Mohamed Morsi, as well as the referendum on a draft constitution this past Saturday. Much of Pete's work has been published in the Washington Post. Further images are here.



stand the middle ground

Brendan Hoffman recently returned to Webster City, Iowa, where he continued work on his long-term project Stand the Middle Ground. An updated edit of the project is live on our website. All of the images from this project are available for licensing in our archive.





published work

maldives in geo

Charlie Mahoney's work from the Maldives, A Troubled Paradise, was recently featured in a ten page spread in Geo, contrasting the well-known island resort life with the virtually unknown political turmoil of the Maldivian people. These images are available for licensing in our archive.



mustang ranch brothel for the new york times

Max Whittaker photographed Lance Gilman, owner of the Mustang Ranch brothel, for the New York Times after he was elected as a county commissioner. Gilman, an industrial developer, also owns 65% of Nevada's Storey County. These images are available for licensing in our archive.



spartan race for the new york times

Charlie Mahoney photographed the first time a Spartan Race was held at a professional sports stadium, in Boston's fabled Fenway Park for the New York Times.



mayor michael bloomberg for the new york times

Brendan Hoffman photographed New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on his visit to Capitol Hill, for the New York Times. Bloomberg made the trip to Washington to argue for federal assistance in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. These images are available for licensing in our archive.



blue laws slow down black thursday for the new york times

Charlie Mahoney traveled to Plymouth, Massachusetts, the birthplace of Thanksgiving to photograph the Thanksgiving Parade for the New York Times. The A1 feature was about how Colonial-era blue laws prevented retailers from opening on Thanksgiving day in Massachusetts, Maine and Rhode Island.





from the archive

dave brubeck

Jazz legend Dave Brubeck passed away on December 5 at the age of 91. Max Whittaker was lucky enough to meet and photograph Brubeck several years ago. His images are available for licensing in our archive.





whereabouts

Dominic Bracco II is in southern Texas until December 31. He will then return to Mexico City.

Melanie Burford is in New York City.

Brendan Hoffman is in Washington, DC. From December 23-31 he will be in San Francisco, California.

Charlie Mahoney is Boston, Massachusetts.

Pete Muller is in Cairo, Egypt. Over the next several weeks, he will travel between Cairo, Gaza, and Nairobi.

Lance Rosenfield is in Austin, Texas.

Max Whittaker is in Sacramento, California.



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Best regards,

Dominic, Mel, Brendan, Charlie, Pete, Lance, and Max

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