Published Editorial Photography

Published Editorial Photography

I wanted to take the opportunity to share some of my published editorial photography from the past 18-years. As a photojournalist I have completed editorial photography assignments in more than a dozen US states and half-a-dozen countries around the world for some of the largest publications on the planet. My clients have included The Associated Press, Newsweek, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Army Times, Der Spiegel, Science et Vie, Dealernews. Additionally, my work has been broadcast and published online and in print by National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Time, People, ESPN, CNN, The Weather Channel and countless other local and regional media outlets.

If you haven any questions about licensing any of my work that can be found in my online archive or would like to hire me for a photo assignment for your publication or company my contact information can be found at http://flashnickvisuals.com/contact/

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Published Travel and Tourism Photography

Travel and Tourism Photography

 

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Tourism Photography and Video for a #FamouslyFast NASCAR Partnership

Last week felt like I was doing tourism photography and video production at the speed of a NASCAR pit crew. Between a portrait shoot in downtown Columbia, SC, behind the scenes photography, producing an announcement video, and documenting the announcement of the partnership between NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driver Jordan Anderson, His new team Bolen Motorsports, and the The Midlands Authority for Conventions, Sports & Tourism.
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USA Today Mobile Clip

Just wanted to share a quick screenshot from the USA Today iPhone App. The image below is from the recent Gullah-Geechee project that I worked on with writer Larry Copeland. It was originally published on April 21, 2011.

I guess the iApp is the new equivalent to going to the paper box in the morning to see your clips for the day. It’s amazing to think about how the industry has changed over the past 12 years.

If you don’t have the USA Today app already, I would recommend heading over to the iTunes App store, and downloading it today. It has become one of my daily GoTo news apps.

P.S. This post was published from my iPhone. Yes the world has changed!

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Published – U.S. Army Toughens Fitness Test

Yesterday afternoon, I was fortunate enough to be the only photographer for a civilian media outlet on hand for a closed demonstration of the U.S. Army’s newly revised fitness tests for soldiers.  Back in the days of print, I would wake up and head to the news stand to get a copy of whatever publication I shot for.  These days all I have to do is open my Google Alerts, and I’m instantly notified of every publication in the world who used my images online.  After more than a decade of seeing my images in print its still a pretty good rush when you open up your alerts and see double digits in the results.

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The Power List

I just found out that Command Sergeant Major Teresa King, who I spent a day photographing back in September of 2009, after she was named the first female commandant of the U.S. Army Drill Sergeant School, was named to Oprah’s “2010 O Power List”. Congrats to CSM King, who is an amazing person. It doesn’t hurt knowing that you beat the queen of all media to the punch by an entire year either!

Here are the resulting pages from the November 2009 issue of Jolie.  While I’m still not a fan of the layout/design used, it was a great story that was and still am proud to have been a part of telling.

CSM King is in pretty good company this year.  The other nominees include the likes of Julia Roberts, Diane Sawyer, and Vera Wang.  You can check out the full list at http://www.oprah.com/world/The-2010-O-Power-List

The Week in Pictures Oct. 30 – Nov. 6

 

As featured in the Oct. 30 - Nov. 6 MSNBC TWiP: As tears stream down his cheek, Quentin Patrick, center, clad in a red prison jumpsuit, signs paperwork during his bond hearing at the Sumter-Lee County Detention center, Monday, Nov. 3, 2008, in Sumter, S.C. (AP Photo/Brett Flashnick)
As featured in the Oct. 30 - Nov. 6 MSNBC TWiP: As tears stream down his cheek, Quentin Patrick, center, clad in a red prison jumpsuit, signs paperwork during his bond hearing at the Sumter-Lee County Detention center, Monday, Nov. 3, 2008, in Sumter, S.C. (AP Photo/Brett Flashnick)

As I checked my Facebook page before heading out for a 12 hour photo day on Saturday, I was a bit perplexed when I saw that friend and fellow shooter Chris Keane had left me a note for me to check out MSNBC’s The Week in Pictures for Oct. 30 – Nov. 6, 2008.  Much to my surprise one of my images from the bond hearing of Quentin Patrick, who is accused of killing 12-year-old, trick-or-treater, T.J. Darrisaw, when he fired 29 rounds from his AK-47 through the front door of his house in Sumter, S.C., upon seeing the 3 masked figures, outside of his home on Halloween night, and thinking he was about to be robbed.  This image came from my second day of covering this extremely emotional tragedy for the Associated Press, and can be found in Oct. 30 – Nov. 6, TWiP at the following link http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27578284/displaymode/1107/framenumber/7/s/2/