The Workingman and the Company Store

Can a progressive campaign break the coal industry’s hold on West Virginia politics?

By Dan Kaufman

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Rebecca Kiger

Date: May 9, 2024

Joseph Stiglitz on why America’s appetite for Trump endures

By William Edwards

Client: Business Insider

Photographer: Dina Litovsky

Date: May 1, 2024

Photo Booth: The Freedom to See Rome Anew

An American photographer brings a fresh eye to an ancient city.

By Paul Elie

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Perry Hall

Date: November 14, 2023

Surveying the Vintage Market at Texas’s Wildest Antique Fair

The craze for old things reaches its peak of excess in Round Top.

By Rachel Monroe

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Eli Durst

Date: November 9, 2023

Photo Booth: A Hidden Stash of Extraordinary Self-Portraits

A début monograph by Carla Williams lets the world in on a quietly thrilling collection of images that have been tucked away for nearly four decades.

By Gioncarlo Valentine

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Carla Williams

Date: November 21, 2023

The Startling Candor of Helen Garner

One of Australia’s most beloved writers, Garner—who has published novels, nonfiction, and three volumes of diaries—is finally catching on in the U.S.

By Helen Sullivan

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Jillian Freyer

Date: October 26, 2023

The Problem of the Too-Truthful Woman

In “Anatomy of a Fall,” Justine Triet asks whether a woman can be honest about her marriage—and her ambition—without being punished.

By Alexandra Schwartz

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Ryan Pfluger

Date: October 15, 2023

How Louise Bonnet Learned to Stop Thinking

A conversation with the painter, who has a new show at Gagosian, about what it feels like to be a woman, the body as a site of complication, and how to banish one’s judgmental inner voice.

By Naomi Fry

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Shaun Pierson

Date: November 26, 2023

Victoria Canal Feels Seen

A rising star of sad-girl pop talks disability, public personae, and just going for it.

By Hugh Morris

Client: The New Yorker

Photographer: Amanda Fordyce

Date: November 2, 2023
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