Cheryl Dunn has completed a powerful documentary on the elusive spirit of New York photography. Cheryl was commissioned by The Seaport Museum, New York, to make a documentary about photographers who have used New York City street life as a common thread in their work. Produced by ALLDAYEVERYDAY, Everybody Street premiered at the museum in part with the exhibit Alfred Stieglitz New York, and was released in segments by The New Yorker magazine.

In order of appearance, photographer vignettes were Clayton Patterson, Joel Meyerowitz, Martha Cooper, Mary Ellen Mark, Bruce Gilden, Luc Sante, Bruce Davidson, and Rebecca Lepkoff. The film also features Tim Barber, Jeff Mermelstein, Ricky Powell, Jamel Shabazz, and Bonnie Yochelson. Dunn shot the street footage in New York City on a 16-mm. Beaulieu.

Find out more about the project here.

Find out more about Mary Ellen Mark here.

Find more photographer’s videos here.


Alumni Gil Maker recently became a gallery partner with 9 other photographers.

He shared some insights about why and what he’s learned so far.

Find out why he thinks, “This is one of the best decisions I have made in my life.”

Read more on my Alumni blog here.

Illuminating Creativity

November 7, 2009 | 2 Comments |

Recently at B&H I spoke on Creativity.

Now you can enjoy my lecture online here and at B&H.

Get a good cup of coffee, pen and paper to help you catch all the good ideas that come to mind as you watch it.

Check out B&H for more inspiring lectures.

Find my DVDs here.

Download my free Creativity ebooks here.

Learn more in my Workshops.


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