- Artist Talk | National Geographic Live! with Anastasia Taylor-Lind
Anastasia Taylor-Lind presents and discusses her documentary work, which often focuses on the lives of women, in her talk “Mothers, Models and Fighters” at National Geographic Live! in Washington, D.C. in March 2013.
- Documentary | Ron Haviv in The Art of War
“The Art of War,” the first episode of the Visual Angle series on Greek television channel EPT, takes a look at photographer Ron Haviv, his career covering conflict worldwide, and how he manages to transform photojournalism into art.
- Interview | Jošt Franko in Daylight
VII Mentor Program photographer Jošt Franko discusses his interests and his influences, as well as “Widow,” an intimate photo series he created about his grandmother, with Jaime Lowe of Daylight Online.
- Interview | Sim Chi Yin with Global Post
Via a Google+ video interview, VII Mentor Program photographer Sim Chi Yin talks about her recent reporting for GlobalPost’s Special Report, ‘The Great Divide.’
In January 2013, Sim Chi Yin and her camera crossed 6,000 miles and 16 time zones to document the lives of migrant workers in Beijing and Los Angeles. The two cities share a Gini coefficient of about 0.48, and she set out to learn what income inequality looked like in both places.
- Interview | Anastasia Taylor-Lind with efti School of Photography
VII photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind sits down with members of the efti School of Photography in Madrid, Spain, to discuss her career as a documentary photographer.
- Interview | Lynsey Addario on The New York Times Lens Blog
After the Pentagon announced that it would be lifting the ban on women in combat, The New York Times Lens Blog reached out to VII’s Lynsey Addario – who has extensively covered the war in Afghanistan, often focusing on female soldiers – to discuss the significance of the decision.
- Interview | Venetia Dearden on HoliKenoli
In an interview with HoliKenoli Magazine, Venetia Dearden discusses how she started out her career traveling around the world to document people and their ways of life.
- Interview | Stephanie Sinclair on Radio Australia
Presenter Richard Ewart speaks with Stephanie Sinclair about the issue of child marriage and her documentary project Too Young to Wed, a campaign seeking to end child marriage and draw international attention to the issues of women and girls.
- Interview | Donald Weber on De Donkere Kamer
Donald Weber will present his book Interrogations on the Paris edition of De Donkere Kamer, a bi-monthly live talkshow on photography in Amsterdam, during Paris Photo.
- Amanda Rivkin discusses Azerbaijan with The Voice of Russia
For the Morning Show of The Voice of Russia, American Edition, Amanda Rivkin is interviewed about the significance of western culture – particularly performances by Rihanna, Shakira, and Jennifer Lopez – in Azerbaijan. Rivkin discusses how such events, along with efforts to promote women’s sports, are geared at improving Azerbaijan’s global image rather than challenging Iran on women’s rights.
- VII Mentor Program in Amateur Photographer Magazine
The four newest members of the VII Mentor Program are interviewed and featured in Amateur Photographer magazine.
- Stefano De Luigi Discusses Smartphone Photography
Stefano De Luigi speaks with France Info radio about his recent project illustrating the epic journey in the Odyssey using smartphone photography.
- Davide Monteleone discusses Reversed Seæ
An interview with documentary photographer Davide Monteleone about his project Reversed Seae, which focuses on the Mediterranean Sea – the history, civilizations, and cultures along its shores – and on the changes that recently have swept its coasts.
- Podcast | A Darkness Visible
Seamus Murphy appeared as keynote speaker at the U.S.-Ireland Alliance on April 18, 2012 in Washington, D.C. Murphy discussed “A Darkness Visible,” which was awarded the 2012 Liberty in Media Prize on April 17, 2012.
- Time in Turkey
Ed Kashi, Davide Monteleone and Christopher Morris are featured in Time in Turkey, a project to mark the 25th anniversary of the Turkish publication, the Zaman Daily. The newspaper invited 25 world renowned photographers to tell stories in photos that reflect life and issues unique to Turkey from their particular points of view.