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Clary Estes
Worked at The Hour Shop
Attended Corcoran College of Art and Design
Lives in Nagoya Japan
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The comedy legend sat down with Howard Stern for a long, rare, and surprisingly candid interview discussing his entire career, from SNL shenanigans to his life-long search for that great love.
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Criticism of Israel’s actions in Gaza is one thing. But anti-Semitism is quite another. Keep it away. Far, far away.
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As Hoffman's final movie 'A Most Wanted Man' hits theaters, we remember the brilliant career and tragic last days of the greatest actor of his generation
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FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona officials say a murderer who was sentenced to death has died nearly two hours after his execution started. Joseph Rudolph Wood’s lawyers had filed an emergency appeal in federal court during the execution demanding that it be stopped. The appeal said Wood was ‘‘gasping and snorting for more than an hour.’’ Attorney General Tom Horne’s office said Wood was pronounced dead at 3:49 p.m., one hour and 57 minutes after t...
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While life gets better for millions of gays, the number of homeless LGBT teens - many cast out by their religious families - quietly keeps growing.
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When Kenneth Jarecke photographed an Iraqi man burned alive, he thought it would change the way Americans saw the Gulf War. But the media wouldn’t run the picture.
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News media are cutting back on the immersive reporting that matters most.
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Occupation
Photojournalist
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Organizational Ability to conduct research, manage and lead outreach initiatives as well as conduct day-to-day administrative duties such as data entry, budgeting, clientele and media relations, and archiving. Strong proficiency in facilitating organizational, board and leadership development, as well as excellent inter-personal skills in speaking with a diverse group of important external callers and visitors as well as internal contacts at all levels of the organization. I have a history of being a team leader and focusing groups towards a common goal. Computer Macintosh, PC, Linux and Ubuntu. High proficiency in Final Cut, Adobe Premier and After Effects. Proficiency with interactive media software such as Korsakow, StoryPlanet, Zeega and MapBox. Proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe Office Arduino and Processing. Ability to learn new programs quickly. Design Broad range of skills in design, specifically related to logo and mural design and production. High proficiency in InDesign, Illustrator, Lightroom and Photoshop. Artistic Extensive knowledge of digital and analogue photography production. Proficiency in illustration, composition and design ranging from hand drawn designs to printmaking and letterpress.
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  • The Hour Shop
    Photographer
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Nagoya Japan
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When I was young, my mother gave me a camera as a means to stave off boredom one afternoon. For the next 6 hours I photographed non-stop. I was hooked. It was as if I were seeing the world for the first time; the colors where brighter, the people were more interesting and the horizon was endless. The camera has since become my voice, my eyes and my very essence. It is how I communicate with and understand people. It is how I grow and evolve. I am never more myself than I am when I have my camera. As a photographer, I have come to understand my work as being a delicate balance between a record of life and a testimony of the human condition. Each series I create works to strike this balance and tell the story of humanity in new and different ways. Sometimes, these stories are manifest in a linear storytelling method where I listen to and see someone’s life unfold in front of me and they share their most personal and intimate moments with me. Other times the boundaries between past and present blur to create a quiet melancholy that questions life and our place within it. And sometimes my work simply rejoices in the brevity and innate excitement of life and all its uncertainty. I photograph all of this while trying to be as open and honest as possible. I ask those who came before me for insight and I teach those who come after me what I have learned. I ask questions and challenge the boundary between subject and photographer – what is it to be seen and what is it to see? Through my work I can reflect, I can grow and I can move forward. I used to believe that as a photographer I helped others with my work, but in reality, my subjects are the ones who help me and in return I show a part of my soul to convey the charity that I have received.
Education
  • Corcoran College of Art and Design
    2013
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Female