Digital Features Photo Editor
based in Brooklyn, NY
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Eugene Reznik is the Digital Features Photo Editor at Bloomberg. Previously, he was the Director of Photography at the digital publication Hopes&Fears, an editor at American Photo...
Congrats to Adrienne Grunwald for being named to this year's PDN 30! This past November Adrienne photographed a story on the Girls Riders Organization for Hopes&Fears. The digital magazine ceased publication recently; over the next few weeks I'll be sharing some of my favorite spreads from assignments I got to commission through the year. S/O to our team of editors, designers, et al. View the GRO story here.
The digital magazine Hopes&Fears ceased publication recently; over the next few weeks I'll be sharing some of my favorite spreads from assignments I got to commission through the year. S/O to our team of editors, designers, et al. View more photos by Jonno Rattman and read "The Lucha Libre Fighters of the Bronx," by Carey Dunne here.
TBT to the first feature published on Hopes&Fears, Luca Locatelli's photo essay about a conflict photography workshop in the hills of Andalusia. The website is 8 months old this week and since I came on full time last month, we've been starting to widely expand our assingment work for documentary photographers.
Photos by Amy Lombard for Hopes&Fears. Text by Sophie Weiner. "Never let it be said that BBQ Films, a New York production company who create immersive parties around film screenings, do anything halfway. On Friday night at Terminal 5, their tribute to 90s cult vampire flick Blade was stuffed to the fangs with bloody treats for hardcore fans and the newly initiated alike. VIEW FULL ARTICLE, here."