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The New York Times features Herd on LENS Blog

June 25th, 2012

New York Times

The New York Times’ Lens blog has written a beautiful piece on the photography and filmmaking process behind Herd In Iceland.  Last week Paul and Lindsay were interviewed by Matt McCann and James Estrin edited the photos in the NYT office.  We are so appreciative of Lens and the community it has built for photographers and photo enthusiasts.  It’s such an honor to be included in the list of projects mentioned on Lens.

Don’t forget about our fundraising campaign on Kickstarter, which ends on July 25th, 2012!  The clock is ticking.

Redux Launches Newspaper, Herd in Issue No. 1

May 1st, 2012

We are delighted to be include in the first issue of the Redux Newspaper.  The editors did a wonderful job with our Iceland project, and we wish them the best of luck with their new endeavor.

Harper’s Magazine

March 20th, 2012

Harper’s, one of our favorite magazines, has included Herd in its April 2012 issue!  Pick up a copy and support this amazing non-profit magazine, which began publishing in 1850.  Special thanks to Alyssa Coppelman at Harper’s.


Herd’s New Website

February 27th, 2012

Herd In Iceland has a new website!  The photos are big.  The videos are plentiful.
The blog lives on at

Redux Represents

November 18th, 2011

We are delighted to partner with Redux Pictures, who will be representing the Herd In Iceland photographs.  A gallery of images was added to their syndication archive, and it feels great to have all the photos in one place.  We are huge fans of Redux and have drawn much inspiration from the amazing photographers they represent.  We are thrilled to have the support of such a fine agency.

Skógafoss Waterfall

October 25th, 2011

The only 4×5 shot of Team Herd, photographed at Skógafoss Waterfall in southern Iceland.

Horses, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

October 4th, 2011

Production has ended on Herd, and we’re steadily prepping the footage for our editor.   Here are a few frames from the final roundup of the season.  We will be adding 4×5 and still images over the next few days, so keep checking in as we post photos to the portfolio.  We’ve replaced our horses with yellow cabs, our roundups with subway turnstiles, and majestic mountains with a concrete skyline, but we are happy to be home in NYC.

Covering Terrain

September 30th, 2011

Herd’s been doing a lot of driving the last few days, here are some shots from our road trip.

Laufskálarétt Party Vans

September 29th, 2011

Broke out the strobes and started a small project photographing the festivities inside the vans and trailers at the roundups.  Here are some shots from the new series.

Herd Moves on to Week Two

September 25th, 2011

We’ve finished our first week of production and have met many wonderful people that continue to share their lives with us as we follow them through fields, mountains, barns, and farmhouses. Herd’s second week will be full of interviews, round-ups, and a tölt exhibition.