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Pop photo china:   his camera has the most painful moment in new york, and there are also poetic moments.

Phil Penman, Who Lives In New York, Is Among The 52 Most Influential Street Photographers Listed On The Streets I Walked. The Names Of Henri Cartier-Bresson And Sebasti Salgado Can Also Be Seen On The List. Phil Penman Has Established A Well-Known Work In The Industry And Has To Mention The Impressive Documentary Work Taken On The Day Of The September 11th Incident.

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The Leica Blog

The leica blog:   Icons of new york

Capturing Icons Is A Tricky Job, Be That Humans Or Landmarks. An Icon Is An Icon For A Reason, People Know What To Expect, They Can Usually Picture The Image In Their Mind’s Eye As Soon As They Hear The Name Or Phrase Uttered. Which Is One Of The Reasons That Phil Penman’s Work Is So Refreshing, He Delivers The Unexpected.

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The Streets I walk

the streets i walk:   52 most influential street photographers list

This Street Photographers List Is Not About Who Was Or Is The “Best’ Street Photographer, But Rather , About Those That Have Influenced Street Photography Historically, Currently, Technically ,Artistically, Or Even Just By The Influence They Had On Other Photographers. This ‘ Influence’ Is About Those That Were Influenced Years Ago, But Also, Those Of The New Generation Of Street Photographers Being Influenced Today.

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Photolemur

photolemur:   photographing everlasting diversity of new york with phil penman

He Is Quite Literally, An Englishman In New York City. Originally From The Small Village Of Briantspuddle In Dorset, Phil Penman Has Been Photographing New York City For 17 Years. Today He Is Included In The List Of The Most Influential Photographers With Henri Cartier Bresson And Diane Arbus.

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Loenke Magazine

Street photographer phil penman documented the daily life of nyc paparazzi

People Rarely Know What Being A Photographer Is About. What People Don’t Necessarily Know Is That The Activity Of A Street Photographer Is Very Different From That Of A Fashion Or Commercial Photographer. It Is The Profession Of Celebrity Photographer That Phil Penman Knows Very Well, Having Practiced It For Many Years.

In His Series “Paparazzi”, He Turns His Lens Towards His Colleagues, And Thus Shows A Reality Far From The Glitter And Glamour That Could Be Associated With This Profession. With This Series, Phil Does Justice To These Often Abused Photographers And Documents Their Daily Lives.
Phil Talks Here About His Career, His Vision Of The Street Photographer’s Profession, While Denouncing The Injustices To Which Photographers Can Be Exposed.

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RTL Radio

11 septembre 2001 : le même photographe immortalise le pire et le plus beau jour de sa vie

Mardi, Les États-Unis Ont Commémoré Les 17 Ans Du 11 Septembre 2001. Ce Soir : La Belle Histoire De Joanne, Rescapée Du Wall Trade Center À New York.

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Daily Mail

Exclusive – ‘he was with me on the best day of my life – and the worst’: woman in iconic dust-covered 9/11 photo marries 17 years on – and is photographed by the same man who captured her image on that horrific day

September 11, 2001 Began As Any Other Day For Joanne ‘Jojo’ Capestro. Despite Not Feeling Well, She Went To Work In Her Office On The 87th Floor Of The World Trade Center’s North Tower.

Not Long After Arriving, Capestro, Then Aged 39, Was Planning To Go Downstairs With A Co-Worker But Stopped Because Her Desk Phone Rang. While On The Call, Hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 Crashed Into The North Tower – Six Floors Above Capestro’s Office For The May Davis Group Where She Was An Assistant Secretary.

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The Phoblographer

Two hours on 9/11: an interview with phil penman

For Most People Who Were Unfortunate Enough To Find Themselves Amongst The Terrible Event On 9/11, Their First Action Would Have Been To Get Away As Quickly As Possible. However, Photographers Are Not Most People.

Phil Penman, A Photojournalist Based In New York, Was At Home When He First Received A Call To Inform Him A Plane Had Hit The World Trade Center. He Has Kindly Taken The Time To Talk To Us And Revisit What Happened During The Following Two Hours On That Tragic Day On September 11th, 2001.

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BBC Radio

Radio interview about 9/11 in New York City.

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PDN Magazine

pdn magazine:   the right motivation: new york city photographer phil penman reinvigorates his career with leica cameras

“I’ve Always Thought New York Was Kind Of A Living Thing Itself” Says Phil Penman. The Multitalented Photographer Was Born And Raised In The English Countryside, But Since 2000, Hemade New York His Home. The City’s Ever- Changing Streets Have Become A Muse For Penman, Pulling Him Out Of The Kind Of Creative Rut That Even Successful Shooters Like Him Fall Into. “I Was Doing Celebrity Stuff For About 15 Years, And It Just Became Monotonous,”

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9/11 Museam in New York City

9/11 memorial museam:   iconic photo brings survivors together years after 9/11

Survivors Of The 9/11 Attacks Have Learned To Cope With A Strange Range Of Trauma, From Survivor Guilt To Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. But Out Of This Pain Emerged A Wide- Ranging Community Of Evacuees Ready To Support One Another. Today We Are Highlighting One Such Meaningful Connection: The Entwined Stories Of Joanne Capestro And Phil Penman, An Office Worker And A Photographer Whose Lives Intersected With The Brief Click Of  The Shutter In A Moment Of Chaos.

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The Leica Blog

The leica blog:   train. eat. sleep and repeat: inside a cyclists day

Phil Penman Comes From A Tranquil Corner In The County Of Dorset, England. Today He Works As A Freelance Photographer In New York. Penman Was Born In 1977 In Briantspuddle A Village In Dorset With 360 Inhaibtants And What Feels Like 30,000 Sheep. He Had An Interest In The Visual Arts, Photography And Darkroom Work At An Early Age. After Studying Photography At The Berkshire College Of Art And Design  His First Job Was At The Wokingham Times, A Local Newspaper Published In Berkshire.

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My Modern Met

my modern met: top 10 contemporary street photographers

Phil Penman’s Offbeat, Black And White Photographs Document Intriguing Aspects Of Everyday Life In New York City. Originally From The UK, Penman Now Calls New York His Home And When He’s Not Photographing Celebrities For People And USA Today, He’s Out On The Street, Camera In Hand. ” Every Morning, I Head Out The Door Armed With My Leica M And Bike, And All I Ever Hope For Is To Come Home With Just One Image I’m Proud Of. I’m Drawn To Those Individuals Who Are Not Trying To Be Cool Or Would Even Think They Are, But Just Have Great Character And Style.”

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Fox News

Woman in famous 9/11 picture employs same photographer for her wedding

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My Modern Met

Street Photographer Phil Penman was on the ground during the terroist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11th 2001. While there, he captured a scene that has become an iconic image from that harrowing day.

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Fstoppers

The leica blog:   train. eat. sleep and repeat: inside a cyclists day

Phil Penman Comes From A Tranquil Corner In The County Of Dorset, England. Today He Works As A Freelance Photographer In New York. Penman Was Born In 1977 In Briantspuddle A Village In Dorset With 360 Inhaibtants And What Feels Like 30,000 Sheep. He Had An Interest In The Visual Arts, Photography And Darkroom Work At An Early Age. After Studying Photography At The Berkshire College Of Art And Design  His First Job Was At The Wokingham Times, A Local Newspaper Published In Berkshire.

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