Racing barefooted after kicking off her flip-flops, Cyndie pushes her son Derek Madsen, 10, up and down hallways in the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento on June 21, 2005, successfully distracting him during the dreaded wait before his bone marrow extraction. Doctors want to determine whether he is eligible for a blood stem cell transplant, his best hope for beating neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer, which was diagnosed in…
Interview: Deanne Fitzmaurice, a staff photographer at the San Francisco Chronicle, talks to John McDermott about two of her most famous stories: one revealed the softer side of one of America’s most controversial sportsmen, and the other captured the hearts of readers all over the world and won her a Pulitzer Prize in 2005.
A cluster bomb, mistaken for a toy, had…
I first saw some of his pictures while visiting World Press Photo Exhibition. Take a look. Let the pictures speak for themselves.
Direct link to AFRICAN CHILDREN IN PRISON series: www.fernandomoleres.com/categorias.php?cat=0039&pagina=1
A short, 5 minute video recorded during WP2011 awards: embed.republish.net/fullscreen/?story=zy5ugrLDvUeyT7RFAELF1w&ms=41000&index=undefined