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    Reportage Emerging Talent Adrian Fussell collaborated with fellow International Center of Photography alumni on the second issue of the photo mag Jay Peg’s. This issue’s theme is the continuing Hurricane Sandy recovery effort. Visit the link below to see the whole magazine online.

    On the cover: Walls are stripped to prevent mold in the home of Heather Kramer, on Beach 112th street, Rockaway Park, NY. (Photo by Adrian Fussell)

    jaypegsphotopub:

    I present to you Jay Peg’s Photo Pub’s second issue:

    Hurricane Sandy Revisited.

    http://www.jay-pegs.com/

    Featuring: Adrian FussellAndre MalerbaCassandra Giraldo,Cory SchwartzDaniel TepperGaia SquarciJohnny Milano, Josh Raab, Vittoria Mentasti

    Adrian Fussell, from the Emerging Talent roster of Reportage by Getty Images, was selected as one of the British Journal of Photography’s 20 photographers to watch in 2013. Previously, he won the Ian Parry scholarship in 2012 for his photoessay on the Patriot Guard drill team from Francis Lewis High School in Queens, New York. He first encountered the students at a Veterans Day Parade:

    “In the staging area, I saw these kids training with rifles and wondered where they were coming from,” he tells BJP. He approached four schools before Francis Lewis High School authorised him to document its students. “That school happened to be the national champion, and it happened to be an all-Chinese team.”

    Fussell was raised in Switzerland, Zimbabwe and Guatemala, and is of Panamanian descent. He says his background helped him feel close to these children of immigrants, who joined the squad because they wanted “to become more American.”

    See more from Fussell’s photoessay on the Patriot Guard drill team, “My Name Is Victory.”

    Union Square Bushwick Park Avenue Borough Hall Williamsburg

    adrianfussell:

    On the street in New York City. 

    adrianfussell:

    I have a new series of work from the Rockaways up on my website, documenting the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on the community of Rockaway Park. 

    http://adrianfussell.samexhibit.com/rockaway-park

    Scenes from lower Manhattan, left without power after Sandy, October 30th. Photograph by Peter Van Agtmael/Magnum.  Read more: Fletcher Harris, of Rockaway Park, warms himself by a flaming oil barrel on 118th Street, October 31st. Photograph by Adrian Fussell/Reportage by Getty Images. The Hernandez family leaves their home in Staten Island. The first floor of their house was destroyed and they have no flood insurance. by Peter Van Agtmael/Magnum.

    newyorker:

    A month ago today, Hurricane Sandy blew up the East Coast, leaving behind wreckage, from torn-up beaches to battered city streets. The photographers Peter van Agtmael, Adrian Fussell, and others captured the storm and its aftermath for The New Yorker. Click-through for a look back at what they saw: http://nyr.kr/U53AlF

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