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University of Southern California

photojournalism program

University of Missouri

bachelor's degree


University of Southern California

graduate degree


master's degree


University of Missouri

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Photo: Peter Essick, National Geographic Creative.

Lake Marina, Folsom, California. Photo: Peter Essick, National Geographic Creative. Lake Marina, Folsom, California. Photo: Peter Essick, National Geographic Creative.

BRMA - The Moderator - Summer 2001 [cached]

5/18 Tour at B Reactor and a visit by Peter Essick, a photographer for National Geographic.

After the tour, Dee, Roger, and Paul take turns sitting at the main control panel so Peter can shoot their portrait.
It will be interesting to see how those photos are used, because Peter is out here for an article about nuclear waste, to be published some time next year.

FOTOfusion 2009 - Biographies E-K [cached]

PETER ESSICK, a contract photographer for National Geographic since 1996, has completed assignments in many countries on diverse topics, including "Retracing the First Crusade," "Botswana: The Adopted Land," "Under the Spell of the Trobriand Islands," "The Bolshevik Revolution," "Sharing Water, Development, and Restoration," "Inner Japan," "Global Warming: Bulletins From a Warmer World," and "Quake: The Next Big One.

Maine Media Workshops >> Home [cached]

Gary Braasch, Workshops' instructor and author of Earth Under Fire, Ashley Cooper, the photographer behind, Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele who received the Blue Earth Alliance award for their project "Facing Climate Change," Peter Essick, a contract photographer with National Geographic, Steve Kaslowski, author of The Last Polar Bear, and Joshua Wolfe, co-author of Climate Change Picturing the Science being published by W.W. Norton & Company in 2009.

André Martínez Reed - Fine Art & Photography Salon [cached]

The exhibition features work by Anthony Almeida, Peter Sumner Walton Bellamy, Peter Essick, Tony Velez, Charles Denson, and Tom Callan.

"Brooklyn Back in The Day" is a wide-ranging exhibition which forms a composite portrait of Brooklyn and its neighborhoods from the 70s through the 90s and moves easily from early work by Peter Essick, then preparing a graduate thesis, and who since has completed over 30 features for National Geographic, to those of Charles Denson, a lifelong resident of Coney Island whose documentary photography culminated in the book, "Coney Island Lost and Found."
Peter Essick Peter Essick grew up in Burbank, California and learned the basics of photography from his father. In 1985, Peter enrolled in the photojournalism program at the University of Missouri. That year he was selected as a photo intern at the National Geographic Society and completed a story for the magazine that summer. After earning his graduate degree in photojournalism, Peter began working as a freelance photojournalist. He relocated to Brooklyn, New York and worked for the African-American newspaper, The City Sun, from 1989-1991. For the last 10 years he has lived in Atlanta, Georgia, still working as a freelance photojournalist. Peter's by-line has been in National Geographic magazine more than 30 times for stories from around the world as well as in many other international magazines. He has travelled to all seven continents and all of the 50 United States in search of compelling pictures. In recent years, he has specialized in stories about nature and the environment. He has illustrated stories on global warming, the carbon cycle, the global freshwater crisis and nuclear waste.
Anthony Almeida Anthony Almeida's photographic work was in many ways fueled by his childhood experiences in Brazil, his father's homeland. When he arrived there at the age of six, he was confronted by family, friends, and outsiders who derived from different racial, religious, and cultural groups. Despite initial bewilderment, he quickly felt quite comfortable.

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