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Todd Krainin

Todd Krainin

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Profession: Video Producer
Location: Washington, Dc , United States ( DCA )
Home base: Washington, DC
URL: http://www.toddkrainin.com
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Organization: ReasonTV
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Last login: 8 months ago
Member since: 04 Nov 2006 03:11

About

I produce short documentaries and news videos for ReasonTV, based out of Washington DC.

Originally a still photographer, my work has appeared in The New York Times, Time Magazine, GEO Magazine, The Guardian, and many other publications around planet Earth. Photo assignments have taken me to live on a Rajasthani opium farm, witness the fall of the world’s last Hindu monarch, trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp, and track illegal immigrants on the US-Mexican border.

My coverage of the Nepalese Civil War earned first prize at the Prix de la Photographie Paris. In 2007 and 2008, my work was featured twice at the Angkor Photo Festival in Cambodia. I’ve won six awards from the Associated Press for my work at daily newspapers.

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Publications

Todd Krainin. "Surveillance State: Maryland is Listening to You" Reason , Jun 6 2013.
Todd Krainin. pp. Front Page, May 14 2009. "Explorers Train to Fight Terrorists, and More" New York Times , pp. Front Page. May 14 2009.
Todd Krainin. "Holy Pancakes! Virgin Mary Seen on Griddle" MSNBC , May 1 2009.
Todd Krainin. "Amateur Hour" San Francisco Chronicle , Jun 11 2007.
Todd Krainin. "US fights a border-crime 'epidemic'" Christian Science Monitor , Apr 25 2007.
Todd Krainin. "Day in Pictures" ABC News online , Apr 23 2007.
Todd Krainin. "Obscure Mexican cartel busted up" San Diego Union-Tribune , Mar 1 2007.

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Recent Post

War Photographers: Michael Kamber and Louie Palu

Two highly accomplished war photojournalists talk about their profession.

War Photographers: Michael Kamber and Louie Palu on Afghanistan and Iraq is my latest video at ReasonTV, about one of our favorite subjects here at LS.

Kamber provides backstories to some of the striking photographs in his new book, Photojournalists on War: Untold Stories from Iraq.

Palu talks about his portrait series of U.S. marines, and his experiences in Kandahar while making the upcoming documentary film, The Durrani Kings.

Shot at the “WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY” exhibit at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

Enjoy (especially in 720p!)

02 Aug 2013 18:08 | 0 replies

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