Tomorrow is the day! #rednoseday is on a mission to end child poverty one nose at a time. Tune in to @nbc tomorrow and go to rednoseday.org to donate!
"The higher purpose of my images is to be a voice of the ocean and for the ocean, hoping that people can get a glimpse of who they really are, beautiful, sentient individuals, with feelings and different personalities, with complex behaviors and interesting lives that science is only starting to understand." -underwater photographer @christianvizl@museemagazine interview with @cailinloesch is online now. Link on our profile! (*some images have been automatically cropped to fit Instagram*) #underwaterphotography#photography
Just wanted to take a second to congratulate one of our biggest inspirations, @thatmarciaclark (yes, she’s on Instagram now!) Marcia just finished her first season as host of #marciaclarkfirst48 on A&E, and just got word that her legal drama #TheFix got picked up by ABC! Marcia, your success is so well-deserved and we are looking forward to seeing all that’s to come! This quote is from our interview with her last year, where she finished with advice to her 20-year-old self. Still think of these words all the time! #gomarcia#legend
Based in Los Angeles, @mitchelwuphotography manages to do the impossible—he gives motion to things that can’t move, and emotion to things that aren’t real. A pioneer in the growing niche of toy photography, Wu makes his living by gathering action figures of characters from iconic movies, and letting his imagination do the rest. His enchanting scenes include Scooby Doo and Shaggy kicking up dirt as they run from a big green T-Rex, Stormtroopers being scrambled in a frying pan like eggs, and two Little Green Men from Toy Story staring up at the moon. Through all the fantasy, perhaps what is most real about Wu’s work is its ability to captivate through the unexpected—and remind us that perhaps there is more to even the most iconic characters than meets the eye. Interview by @cailinloesch for @museemagazine at the link on our profile! *some images were automatically cropped to fit instagram* #photography#toyphotography
"I get to discover new alien worlds filled with some of the most amazing examples of natural beauty. Having a camera on my microscope just lets me bring others along the journey....and I get to do this without having to get on a plane, drive hours in a car, hike lots of miles. I just get to sit in my office and go on an expedition whenever I want, for as long as I want.” -@michael_peres
"If someone had asked me those questions [at that age], I don’t know if I would have answered with such maturity. So I think what I learned from them is kind of lots of things. I think primarily, I learnt that their hope for how it was going to be for them tended to override any worries." -Rachel Molina @cailinloesch’s interview with Rachel is on @museemagazine now! Her recent series, “Seen But Not Heard”, was shown at the V&A Museum of Childhood in London and features profiles of students entering the period of transition between primary and secondary school, speaking on their feelings and fears about life changes surrounding both their personal life and friendships and their education. Link on profile!
"To call these subjects obsessions is perhaps a too-strong statement, but they do preoccupy or absorb our minds." Our interview with Dutch photographer duo Carmen Freudenthal & Elle Verhagen (@freudenthalverhagen) is on @museemagazine! Link on our profile
“This demands being fully aware of what’s going on around you.” @paubuscato // “The world as it is is already strange and zany enough. I think I'm just bored of the conventional view of reality, where we give everything for granted: a tree is a tree and that cloud is just a cloud. But what if the cloud and the tree could become something else, when viewed from a different angle or put together in a frame? When I said that I'm not documenting the world, I meant that I'm not interested in showing the obvious view of things. I'm more interested in the 'far side of the moon', if you know what I mean.” @cailinloesch’s interview with street photographer @paubuscato is on @museemagazine now! Link on profile
“Regardless of what background you might have, regardless of what the obstacles might look like, regardless of how old you are, regardless of how poor you are, regardless of how marginalized you are, you have something to contribute. If there is something that you need to change, you need to be the one that does it.” You can read our conversation with Ilhan Omar, the first Somali-American lawmaker in the United States, and filmmaker Norah Shapiro about TIME FOR ILHAN now at the link on our profile! @ilhanmn@timeforilhan#tribeca2018
If you have a chance to see #timeforilhan, definitely take it! Such a powerful, thought-provoking and uplifting film. Had the honor of meeting @ilhanmn, the first Somali-American Muslim legislator elected to office in the United States, and filmmaker Norah Shapiro today & can’t wait to share their interview soon! #tribeca2018