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Early Days as FREELANCER

WASHINGTON, DC, Day 3 of 40 — Look closely at the caption on this photo. Toward the end you will see “lg/William Gentile” The “lg” are the initials of the person who wrote this caption. The “William Gentile” is, of course, is my real, formal, name. Now I use the abbreviated form of “Bill” on […]

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Day 2 of FREELANCERS and Indiegogo

WASHINGTON, DC, Day 2 of 40 — This is how I start most days. Before dawn and firing up some espresso coffee. Today is a bit different because it’s Day 2 of a 40-day Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for my documentary series, FREELANCERS with Bill Gentile. I’m up earlier and staying up later than usual. See […]

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FREELANCERS Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

WASHINGTON, DC, 6 November 2017 — This is what my life will look like, for the most part, during the next 40 days. A computer, a view of my back yard — and lots of coffee. We’ve just launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for my documentary series, FREELANCERS with Bill Gentile, and are heading full […]

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Closing In on “FREELANCERS”

MEXICO CITY, 8 March 2017 — A masked participant proceeds down the Avenida de la Reforma, a principle avenue in the Mexican capital, in a march for women’s rights. American University graduate student and Teaching Assistant Matt Cipollone made this image (taken from the video he shot) when we traveled to Mexico to shoot “FREELANCERS […]

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Before the Indiegogo Storm

WASHINGTON, DC, 28 October 2017 — Getting ready to mount and then launch an Indiegogo campaign to help finance my upcoming series, “FREELANCERS,” about the freelance foreign correspondents increasingly filling the void left by mainstream media outlets cutting staff and closing news bureaus around the world. The prints are from my book of photographs, “Nicaragua.” […]

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Freelancers: Dos Amigos

MEXICO CITY, 9 March 2017 — Keith Dannemiller (R) is a photojournalist and long-time friend from my days of covering Central America in the 1980s. At the time, and like many freelance journalists, he was based here and covered the region from this vantage point. Mexico City still is an excellent base of operation for […]

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