NYT "Two Friends in Texas Were Tested for Coronavirus. One Bill Was $199. The Other? $6,408."

Two Friends in Texas Were Tested for Coronavirus. One Bill Was $199. The Other? $6,408. It’s an example of the unpredictable way health prices can vary for patients who receive identical care.
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J. Paige Kendrick

Portraits for my friend who is a very talented actor :) 
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Table for Two / New Yorker

Miss Ada and Golda’s Modern Spins on Middle Eastern Cooking Word is spreading about the two Brooklyn restaurants’ inventive twists on Mediterranean cuisine.
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CFGNY / Vogue

In a Chinatown Park, CFGNY Held a Moving Celebration of Asian Art and Community The story behind the New York fashion-art label’s spellbinding third presentation.
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The Lit List 2020 Special Jury / Authority Collective

Along with other amazing jurors, was honored to take a small part in jurying for the Lit List 2020 which is founded by Oriana Koren with Authority Collective. Please see the links below for more information about the Lit List and to pay attention to these brilliant photographers. Congratulations to all the winners! 2020 Awardees - The Lit List The Lit List: Photographers To Watch, Exhibit and Hire sponsored by Wonderful Machine. The 2020 awardees include Naima Green, Gioncarlo Valentine, Nolwen Cifuentes, Brian Adams, Evan James Benally Atwood, Bethany Mollenkof, Elias Williams and...
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Dominique Fung for Juxtapoz Magazine

Juxtapoz Magazine - Dominique Fung: The Weight of Water Dominique Fung The Weight of Water Interview by Jessica Ross and portrait by Mary Kang Western art history, as a whole, can be an unreliable vision. F...
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Carly Rae Jepsen

Indecision and immaculate pop with Carly Rae Jepsen It took four years and 200 songs for Carly Rae Jepsen to settle on a tracklist for her latest album, Dedicated. Don't expect her process to change soon.
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9m88 / Level Music

Behind the Name With 9m88 - Level Taiwanese artist-on-the-rise 9m88 talks about her start in fashion, venturing overseas, and what's behind her name.
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Grace Ives

Grace Ives fits her huge anger in bite-sized synth-pop gems Grace Ives speaks on how she uses music to work through her rage.
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Disney Broadway Celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Had so much fun and meaningful experiene working on this with a great team and crew (special shout out to lighting and photo assistant for the day - Xavier Codie and Abi Polinsky, couldn’t have done this without you two!) for Disney on Broadway in celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  Here is a link to the article: https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Photo-Flash-Casts-of-FROZEN-ALADDIN-THE-LION-KING-Unite-to-Celebrate-Asian-American-Pacific-Islander-Heritage-Month-20190514?fbclid=IwAR0SG1vVEcYFKllmpIcEbv9T54R0byBnnHp66B7b4OchF3ceOsS6wzRKnPo...
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Sperpentwithfeet for the Washington Post

Divas, choirboys, songbirds, angels: None of them sound like Serpentwithfeet How a “post-church boy” from Baltimore made the year’s most astonishing music.
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Bruce Miller for the NYT

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Wants to Be More Than TV Medicine Bruce Miller, the showrunner for Hulu’s adaptation of the dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood, discusses how he wanted Season 3 to be entertaining above all else.
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Angelica Chéri for the Washington Post

Perspective | People said her great-great-aunts posed as white and robbed banks. So she wrote a musical about them. Gun & Powder will have its world premiere at Signature Theatre, where librettist-lyricist Angelica Chéri can't wait for her family to see it.
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Brian Greene for the Time Magazine

String Theorist Brian Greene Wants to Help You Understand the Cold, Cruel Universe Greene is the founder of the World Science Festival
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Devin Person for the NYT

'I'm Weird, but I Get Results': Have You Met This Wizard on the Subway?Devin Person moonlights as the warlock of Brooklyn, casting "spells" and offering wise words for start-up workers and subway riders.
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Governors Ball 2019 street style for Fader

21 comfy and bold looks to conquer this summer with your friends Attendees at this year’s Governors Ball found that comfort-cute sweet spot easy.
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AG X Man Repeller

3 Couples Style Each Other Using the Same Fall Closet - Man Repeller Three couples challenged themselves to style their counterpart from one massive, shared AG closet. Read to get a peek into their clothes-sharing habits.
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Horticulture Therapy

Worked on “The Secret Jailhouse Garden of Rikers Island” with writer Richard Schiffman , you can read about it at  @nytimes . Many thanks to Mike, Jin, Dalvin, Keith, and Hilda for sharing their presence at the  @thehort garden and for bunch of cherry tomatoes! Thank you  @andrewhinderaker for teaming up with my photography on sharing this story. I'm just going to quote Angela Davis here : “Prisons do not disappear social problems, they disappear human beings. Homelessness, unemployment, drug addiction, mental illness, and illiteracy are only a few of...
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Ayanna Pressley for No Man's Land Magazine

“Like my mother, may she rest in power, she told me that there’s a difference between your job and your Work. Your job is usually what you’re doing to pay the bills. But your Work, you know, that is something much deeper, much more enduring. That is much more rewarding and that is the work of the empowerment, the upliftment, the advancement of the people. Follow the Work.” - Rep Ayanna Pressley. Read more interview of  @repayannapressley by  @aminatou at  @the.wing ‘s No Man’s Land magazine. Set design by  @devonraejones makeup...
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Story About Discarded Boxes of Photo Slides

Cindy Crawford, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan: An ’80s Fashion Mystery Thousands of slides tossed in the garbage a decade ago capture the golden age of New York fashion.
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Global Citizen

30 of the Best Photos From 2019 Global Citizen Festival Let's relive every one of our favorite moments. Additional links:  https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/global-citizen-interviews-new-york-festival/ https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/best-photos-global-citizen-festival/ https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/nct-127-global-citizen-festival-performance-2019/
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Block Parties / NYT

Last year summer I teamed up with 19 other photographers to tell stories about block parties around NYC for @nytimes . I was assigned to a neighborhood in Queens organized by incredible coordinator Sudan Deane. Deane started the block party in 2014 with the goal of getting her neighbors to get to know each other, show up for each other, have fun, show love, and have unity in the community. Deane mentions that “home is where the community is.” I personally think block parties make NYC so special. I hope this culture here in this city gets protected by all means, for it to...
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Maria Qamar for the NYT

Maria Qamar’s Bold Art Is Both Therapy and Weapon The Instagram star, newly represented by Richard Taittinger Gallery, makes Pop art that speaks to the challenges of being a South Asian millennial.
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