OBC artist and photojournalist Ed Ou published a new LensBlog for the New York Times on Yemenese camel jumpers. These fantastic images, many catching the athletes mid- jump, are a nice relief from the majority of other photojournalism coming from the middle east that focuses on coverage of the Arab Spring. See Ed’s photographs and read about these Yemenese jumpers here.
Produced by OBC’s Ed Ou in collaboration with Ben Solomon, Reflections on an Unfinished Revolution is a video piece for the New York Times voicing the recollections of young Egyptians as they look back on the protests which took place a year ago in Tahrir Square. Learn more about the current situation in Cairo and watch the video here.
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O’Born Contemporay photographer Ed Ou is in Cairo at the moment documenting the protests this week. The New York Times blog interviewed Ed on his experiences so far, and the challenges he’s encountered in the city. Read it here.
Ed Ou, O’Born gallery artist, wrote an insightful post on The New York Times photography blog Lens about his experiences working with fellow photojournalists (including Dominic Nahr) in this year’s Joop Swart Masterclass. Take a look at his experiences with the intensive program here.