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    “As a director of photography, if you can convince the photographers you work with that you are 100 percent behind them in everything, they will give you 100 percent. I’ve always stuck up for my photographers – whether it was at the Sunday Times or Getty Images. You have to have that relationship with them because they are really vulnerable. They are only as good as their next picture. They are constantly soul-searching. They need support. They need someone to trust. That’s what I’ve always based my career on, and that’s why I have such a strong relationship with the photographers I’ve worked with. It’s my job to encourage, support and inspire them. I’ve been a photographer and I know how lonely a place that can be. I’ve been in difficult situations and know how scary that can be. For this profession to continue, we need to give as much support to the guys out there as we possibly can.”

    - Getty Images VP Aidan Sullivan in an interview with The British Journal of Photography. Read more on the BJP’s Web site

    Credit: Aidan Sullivan, center, on one of his last photography assignments in Afghanistan before joining the Mail on Sunday as a picture editor. (© Aidan Sullivan)

    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.”

    From an interview in the British Journal of Photography, Tom Stoddart speaks about his exhibition, Perspectives, which will be shown on London’s South Bank:

    'It's very difficult to get photojournalism in front of the public. One of the great things about having an open air exhibition is that it's completely accessible to everyone, it's free, you can stumble upon it as you're walking along that site, so it's an amazing place to have an exhibition.'

    Reportage photographer Shaul Schwarz's work from Mexico is on the cover of the latest British Journal of Photography.

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