Visual Culture +

The Business of Content & Sports Media

Visual Culture +

The Business of Content & Sports Media

Voices

Thomas Hengge Photography

LEFT BEHIND: Loss in Isolation. By Thomas Hengge.

Documenting the lives of those whose stories deserve to be heard, New York based photographer, Thomas Hengge’s photo essay depicts the lives of the Jackowski family. As the coronavirus began to make headlines in the United States, Chris Jackowski, a long-time Teamster and volunteer firefighter from Long Island, fell ill with what they thought was the flu. Today, his name is counted among the first 30 known deaths caused by the Coronavirus.

John Wreford

The Cowboys Of Cappadocia. A Photo Essay by John Wreford.

Currently based in Istanbul, Freelance editorial photographer, John Wreford specializes in photographing the Middle East & Balkans. Experience the lives of the Cowboys Of Cappadocia through his self written photo essay and browse his stunning imagery for a trip of a lifetime.

IMAGO / Colorsport

With or Without COVID by Phil Downs.

“The cries from supporters with disabilities suddenly had a much louder voice”. After suffering a life changing injury, Manchester United supporter, Phil Downs, chats to IMAGO to tell his story and fan ambition to negotiate introducing an acceptable level of facilities and opportunity for supporters with disabilities. Read his full and inspirational story here.

IMAGO / Thomas Hengge

Thomas Hengge : Documenting the Insurrection.

A week ago, we watched as reports broke of Trump supporters storming the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. On the frontlines, IMAGO photographer, Thomas Hengge captivated us with his images taken from the riot. Read his experience here.

Stadium announcer in times of Covid 19

Stadium announcer in times of Covid 19

I’m Gustav Ahmeti and the stadium spokesman for the Grasshopper Club Zurich, a traditional club in Swiss football that is known far beyond the country’s borders among connoisseurs.

Goal Click: A Tool for Social Good

Goal Click: A Tool for Social Good

A project with the aim to send disposable cameras around the world in order to connect communities and encourage self creation through first person perspective storytelling, Goal Click is bringing together people through football with beautiful analogue photography.

imago images/ZUMA Press

Why Jurgen Klopp Cannot Keep Performing ‘Mission: Impossible’ At Liverpool

On the surface, Liverpool have been a perfectly run super-club ever since Jurgen Klopp charmed fans and media at his unveiling in October 2015. They are the example to all the rest. The ideal manager was appointed and backed, while Michael Edwards – now sporting director – was already behind the scenes working on a masterful recruitment strategy.