Monday, March 9, 2009

Feature - Bruce Haley

Bruce Haley is sort of a photo god living amongst us left-coasters. Bruce covered conflicts in every part of the world imaginable and is now living a more, much-deserved quiet life up in Carmel. I'm definitely stopping by to hear some stories next time I am up there, though lucky enough for us, Bruce has recently posted his Tao of War Photography, which is a must read for any photographer or non-photographer for that matter. Thanks for making feel like a coward, Bruce.

Bruce was nominated for a Pulitzer for his work breaking the story of famine in Somalia and was awarded the Robert Capa Gold Medal for his work on the war in Burma (now Myanmar).

His work now leans towards fine art, with an excellent series of California landscapes, titled Goldenstate, which was featured in Artworks Magazine. I can't recommend a visit to his site enough. I've chosen to feature works from his Post-Communist Project. Click to see larger versions.











4 comments:

Giulio Sciorio said...

This is what photography is about - a peak into a life that we'd never see. Amazing work.

John said...

I've known Buce since 1989 Afghanistan, he is not a God, he is dedicated, focused, hard working, and he does not give up. He is one of the best hotographers around.

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