Soldiers' Portraits Make the Costs of War More Visible

September 27, 2007
Soldiers' Portraits Make the Costs of War More Visible

Body Double

Art in America

"Body Double"

Sarah Valdez 4/2005




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The Portrait's The Thing

The Portrait's The Thing By William Sawalich Digital Photo Pro Magazine November 2006 For an ambitious project spanning several years of the New York spectacle that's Fashion Week, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders shed his 8x10 view camera in favor of small-format digital capture Timothy Greenfield-Sanders is a master portrait photographer. Working with large-format film cameras for nearly 30 years, he has built a body of work that has earned him the reputation as one of the best at his craft. From artists to actors, presidents to porn stars, everybody who's anybody has sat for him.

Fashionistas in Focus

Philip Sherwell Fashionistas in focus 12/11/2006 For two years Timothy Greenfield-Sanders has been photographing the circus that is New York Fashion Week. But it was the spectators rather than the models who caught his eye. He tells Philip Sherwell why everyone but everyone was happy to sit for him

Double Exposure

Artforum, September 2004 David Rimanelli "Double Exposure"

Parting Shots

Parting Shots Book of backstage portraits takes the focus off fashion and frames celebrity pop culture - Jennie Yabroff, Special to The Chronicle Sunday, September 10, 2006

Huffington Link to Alive Day Memories: Portraits

Huffington Link to Alive Day Memories: Portraits Image
Click here to see all 13 of Timothy's portraits of Soldiers and Marines. HBO's Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq.. All portraits (c)Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, All rights reserved.

Donnell Library shows soldiers

Donnell Library shows soldiers Image
The Donnell Library is currently exhibiting 5 of Timothy's portraits of injured soldiers and marines taken for the upcoming "Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq". The images will be on display in the windows across from MOMA on West 53rd Street through September.

Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq

Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq Image
Timothy photographed 13 soldiers, injured in Iraq for HBO's upcoming documentary, "Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq". Actor James Gandolfini executive produced the film along with HBO's legend ... Sheila Nevins. Jon Alpert and Ellen Goosenberg Kent share directing and producing credit. Supervising producer credit goes to Sara Bernstein.