Back in March, we blogged about a recently discovered photographer, Vivian Maier. We had the chance to interview John Maloof, the man who brought her photos to the world. Since then, two years after her death, she has been recognized as one of the most fascinating street photographers of the 20th century as more and more people around the world have fallen in love with her work.
Today, the Chicago Cultural Center is opening her first solo exhibition. In her honor, we bring you this slide show of some of her stunning images, along with her story told by John Maloof and renowned photographer, Mary Ellen Mark.
Produced by Lacy Roberts for The Kitchen Sisters and The Hidden World of Girls
Palau is a special place. Thousands of years ago these jellyfish became trapped in a natural basin on the island when the ocean receded. Over time they evolved into a new species and their sting is no longer harmful to humans.
Film / Edit: Sarosh Jacob saroshjacob.com
Equipment: Canon 5D Mark II, Sigma 15mm Fisheye Lens and Aquatica Housing
Music: Radiohead "Nude" radiohead.com
Jellyfish Lake was featured in the new Microsoft IE9 Internet Explorer 9 TV Commercial "a more beautiful web" See here: vimeo.com/45522018
Special thanks to Keith Rivers Films, Vimeo, and the Micorsoft IE9 team!