Larry Price to speak at the Pulitzer Center On Crisis Reporting

Posted by in Journalism | April 8, 2014

  Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Larry C. Price will present his work on child gold miners on Tuesday, April 8 at a special talks @ pulitzer. Larry will show work from the Philippines, Burkina Faso and Indonesia where children, some as young as four, smash boulders, haul 60-pound bags of ore, handle mercury and other toxic materials, […]

Larry’s child labor project on PBS Newshour

Posted by in Uncategorized | July 15, 2013

PBS NewsHour did a really nice job with Larry’s child labor piece from Burkina Faso in West Africa. The eight-minute segment aired July 10 and is now up on the Pulitzer Center site. I’m hoping to continue working on this project and have developed some additional story themes that need telling. It’s staggering how pervasive […]

A Lens on Child Labor

Posted by in Uncategorized | April 28, 2013

The Philadelphia Inquirer today published the latest installment from Larry’s project on child labor in small-scale gold mines around the world. We’re extremely grateful to Editor Bill Marimow and our friends at the Inquirer for their support and generous display with two open pages for photographs and an online photo gallery.

Mixed Messages

Posted by in Branding | January 2, 2013

Branding experts have their standard list of questions: Does your name fit the product? Is it easy to say and spell? Will it look good on a logo? What will your URL be? All well and good.  But to do your homework properly, you need to get your mind in the gutter. Think dirty. Because everyone […]

Flying High

Posted by in Video production | November 15, 2012

While Debbie was in Colorado recently, she had a chance to watch Aerial Imaging Productions filming at the Rocking R Ranch north of Boulder. Debbie is working with AIP on a video about the ranch, which is offered for sale by Hall and Hall. Earlier this year, she scripted an AIP video for The River […]

Current Affairs

Posted by in Journalism | November 9, 2012

  Recently, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis reporting invited Larry to participate in its gateway panel, Global Goods, Local Costs. See: While he was in Washington, Larry also presented a selection of photographs from his longterm project on child labor at the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University and met with […]

Lessons from Sandy

Posted by in Uncategorized | November 5, 2012

Several of our friends and clients live and work in areas of New York and New Jersey affected by Hurricane  Sandy. While most of them were spared the terrible devastation inflicted upon the hardest hit areas, their lives and businesses have been upended by the usual chaos that follows a monster storm. Among them was the […]