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Gregg Newton
Blurbeur depuis février 2008
Nom Gregg Newton
Sexe Masculin
Ma profession Photographer & Picture Editor
Ma bio A native of the Pacific Northwest, I first picked up a Kodak Instamatic 314 at the age of nine in my home state of Oregon. A camera has been my ticket to the world ever since. Fluent in Portuguese and Spanish, after college (BA, Political Science) and relocation abroad, I was a contractor then Senior Staff Photographer with Reuters News Pictures from 1989 to 2005. My work has been published in leading newspapers and magazines, such as LIFE, Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, National Geographic, Stern and The Economist. Corporate clients include Red Bull, The Walt Disney Company, Yellow Shoes Creative Group, International Monetary Fund, McDonalds, Universal Studios, NBC/Telemundo, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and U.S. State Department. My images have been recognized in the Pictures of the Year, POYi, Best of Photojournalism, the Alfred Eisenstaedt Awards for Magazine Photography and the Black & White Spider Awards.

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Dévoilement de l’intrigue : Le sujet de mon prochain livre sera...
A photographic retrospective of the past three decades in Brazil is in the works. It will detail the events, people and places that made the news along with both the lighter and grittier side of South America's largest country. Stay tuned...
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David Hume Kennerly, David Burnett, James L. Stanfield, Joe McNally, John G. Morris, Sebastiao Salgado, Susan Meiselas, David Alan Harvey, Steve McCurry, William Albert Allard, James Nachtwey, Peter Howe, Susan Vermazen, Dirck Halstead, Neil Leifer, Walter Iooss and Robert Capa.
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'Photo Op' and 'Shooter' - David Hume Kennerly
'Get the Picture' - John G. Morris
'Eye of the Beholder' - James L. Stanfield
'War Torn' - Susan Vermazen
'Slightly Out of Focus' - Robert Capa
'Divided Soul' - David Alan Harvey
'Measures of Time' - David Burnett
'Moments In Time' - Dirck Halstead
'Evidence of My Existence' - Jim LoScalzo
'The Photographic Essay' - William A. Allard
'Nicaragua' - Susan Meiselas
"Sketching Light' - Joe McNally
'Great Action Photography' - Bryn Campbell