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Brett Flashnick

Brett Flashnick

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Profession: Photographer
Location: Columbia, S.C. , United States
Home base: Columbia, S.C., USA
URL: http://www.brettflashnick.com
URL: http://archive.brettflashnick.com
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Languages spoken: English
Organization: flashnick | visuals
Journal: http://blog.brettflashnick.com
AIM/iChat: flashnickvisuals
Skype: Flashnickvisuals flashnickvisuals
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Mobile phone: +1-803-404-3372
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Work phone +1-803-462-5200
Last login: over 2 years ago
Member since: 12 May 2005 16:05

About

My name is Brett Flashnick, and I have been a freelance photojournalist for the past decade. I love life, people, adventures, and all things visual. I feel that photography is so much more encompassing than what most people think it to be; just a snap shot of a moment in time, or a pretty place. To me being a photographer, and ultimately a visual story teller, is a constant evolution in the way that I see the world around me, influenced by life lessons, and my personal growth, combined with a fascination for the changing and emerging technologies that allow me to capture the world I see in both still and moving images.

I have received many national and regional awards for my photography which include first place recognition from Columbia University, the Kentucky Press Association, Kentucky News Photographer’s Association, and the South Carolina News Photographer’s association, in addition to receiving the 2002 College Photographer of the Year award for sports photography, and the 2003 William Randolph Hearst Award in the News and Sports category.

Some of my clients include The State Media Company, Associated Press, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Sports Illustrated, and Golf Digest. My work has also appeared in Time, Newsweek, Der Spiegel, National Geographic, People, The Situation Room, Anderson Cooper 360, ESPN.com, MSNBC.com, and the traveling exhibit The American President, presented by the Associated Press.

I am currently represented by World Picture Network, and can be booked for assignment work globally by contacting me directly or through WpN.

Testimonials


Publications

Brett Flashnick. pp. 24-25, Feb 19 2007. "Governor Romney, Meet Governor Romney" Newsweek , pp. 24-25. Feb 19 2007.
Brett Flashnick. Los Angeles Times , pp. A14, Aug 28 2005. Strategizing a Christian Coup d'Etat Los Angeles Times , pp. A14. Aug 28 2005.
Brett Flashnick. Los Angeles Times , pp. A1, Jul 31 2005. "Fostering Goodwill With Jobs" Los Angeles Times , pp. A1. Jul 31 2005.
Brett Flashnick. The Philadelphia Inquirer , pp. A1, Jul 25 2005. "Pa. Pilgrims Join Exodus to S.C." The Philadelphia Inquirer , pp. A1. Jul 25 2005.

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Recent Post

Wounded In Iraq Series At Latimes.Com

I received this email from LA Times staff photographer Rick Loomis the other day, and thought I would pass it along. This is an amazing three part series that Rick worked on in November of 2005, about the medical care available to all of those injured as a result of combat in Iraq.


“Greetings friends,

Just a quick heads up about a series that started today in the Los Angeles Times. The subject matter deals with U.S. wounded in Iraq and the medical treatment they receive from the battlefield and beyond. It will run in the paper from Sunday, April 2, 2006 through Tuesday, April 4th. The website has an extensive audio-visual presentation separated into three parts. Please check out www.latimes.com/wounded if you have some spare time."



The final chapter just posted a little while ago and I had a chance to look at the entire story. It is a great piece of work that Rick, reporter David Zucchino, and all of the editors/producers involved have put together.

04 Apr 2006 06:04 | 1 replies

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