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James Whitlow Delano on The New Yorker

August 27th, 2014 at 04:17 pm by Nick | James Whitlow Delano, Stock

James Whitlow Delano's images of people living longer in the Nagano Prefecture of Japan were recently featured on Click here to read the full story titled The Oldest Place on Earth.

American Photography 30 Winners

May 1st, 2014 at 03:24 pm by Nick | Awards, Books, Brian Shumway, James Whitlow Delano, Kate Brooks, Mark Peterson, Melissa Golden, Miller Mobley, Robyn Twomey, Stephen Voss, Taylor Glenn, Tony Law, Jared Soares, Mark Ovaska, Matt Nager, Jimmy Lam, David Butow, Nish Nalbandian

Congratulations to our photographers who were selected for American Photography 30.

James Whitlow Delano at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery

November 20th, 2013 at 10:14 am by Perrie | Events, James Whitlow Delano

Please join James Whitlow Delano at Sous Les Etoiles Gallery in New York (560 Broadway, #603) for the opening reception of "Mangaland: A Tokyo Retrospective on December 12, from 6-8pm.  The artist will also be signing his newly released book "Black Tsunami: Japan 2011."

Please support James Whitlow Delano on Kickstarter

April 16th, 2013 at 02:14 pm by Nick | James Whitlow Delano

Eleven days left to support Black Tsunami: Japan 2011 by James Whitlow Delano on Kickstarter. Click here for more information.

Congratulations to 2013 POYi Winners

February 20th, 2013 at 04:30 pm by Perrie | Awards, James Whitlow Delano, Marc Asnin, Stephen Ferry, William Plowman

Congratulations to all 2013 Pictures of the Year International winners including James Whitlow Delano, awarded second place in Science & Natural History Picture Story category for Fukushima: Taking Back a Nuclear No-Man's Land; William B. Plowman, a finalist in the Community Awareness Award category for Gary, Indiana: City of Steel; Stephen Ferry, a finalist in the Best Photography Book category for Violentology: A Manual of the Columbian Conflict (Umbrage); and Marc Asnin, awarded Judge's Special Recognition in the Best Photography Book category for Uncle Charlie (Contrasto).

James Whitlow Delano for Bloomberg

February 15th, 2013 at 04:44 pm by Nick | Photographers, James Whitlow Delano, Stock

James Whitlow Delano's series Revisiting Fukushima's Ghost Town was recently featured on Click here to view the full story.

Borneo Rainforest Workshop 2013 by James Whitlow Delano

January 30th, 2013 at 08:45 am by Perrie | James Whitlow Delano, Events

James Whitlow Delano will be hosting a Borneo Rainforest Workshop from September 1 - September 10th, 2013.  James will offer personalized instruction on how to create a project and bring it to fruition.  Participants will propose a story idea, shoot it, and receive daily critiques and individual editing advice.  Delano will show participants the devastating environmental damage caused by industrial logging, speaking with indigenous Dayak peoples, before the group flies into the last intensively inhabited valley in Sarawak (the only way in or out) that loggers have not yet reached.  For a brochure or additional information contact info(at)

James Whitlow Delano at Annenberg Space for Photography

December 11th, 2012 at 12:11 pm by Perrie | James Whitlow Delano, Events

Please join James Whitlow Delano for a discussion of his work Malaysia: The People of the Rainforest, hosted by the Iris Nights Lecture Series at the Annenberg Space for Photography on Thursday, December 13th from 6:30 - 8:00pm.

James Whitlow Delano in Bloomberg Businessweek

November 30th, 2012 at 09:48 am by Chelsea | Stock, James Whitlow Delano

James Whitlow Delano's image of Japan's forestland was featured in the November 19 - November 25, 2012 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek. 

Black Tsunami by James Whitlow Delano

March 9th, 2012 at 09:36 am by Perrie | James Whitlow Delano, iPad, Books

On the anniversary of the Japan Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Disaster FotoEvidence announces a new iPad book, Black Tsunami: Japan 2011.  Photographs by James Whitlow Delano, with an afterword by BILL EMMOTT.

The iPAD BOOK will be available at the iTunes Store by mid-March 2012 and will include:
- 80 black and white photographs from March 2011 and more recently.
- An Afterward by Bill Emmott, former editor of the Economist.
- A video interview with James Whitlow Delano.
- A video clip of the arrival of the black tsunami in Miyako harbor.

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