Philip Montgomery is a New York City-based photographer.
Philip Montgomery is a photojournalist. “The photographers that I grew up on all sort of had their moment… I sort of had, in this weird way, this feeling of envy that they had their moment with this story that was all-encompassing. Looking at it now, this is the story of my time, and it’s a little more than I perhaps bargained for.” Thanks to Mailchimp and Pitt Writers for sponsoring this week's episode. @philip_nyc [04:23] "The Epicenter: A Week Inside New York’s Public Hospitals." (New York Times Magazine • April 2020) [24:55] "How Do You Maintain Dignity for the Dead in a Pandemic?" (New York Times Magazine • May 2020) [34:05] War Photographer (2001) [24:55] "Is Stop and Frisk Worth It?" (The Atlantic • April 2014) [48:28] "The Longest Night" (2014) [24:55] "Flash Points" (New Yorker • Aug 2015)[53:24] "‘We’ve Upped the Ante.’ Why Nancy Pelosi Is Going All in Against Trump" (Time • Jan 2020)[53:28] "Jeff Sessions Is Winning for Donald Trump. If Only He Can Keep His Job" (Time • March 2018)[53:30] "De Niro and Pacino Have Always Connected. Just Rarely Onscreen." (New York Times • Oct 2019) [54:00] "The Year's Great Performers Dancing in a Series of Short Films" (New York Times Magazine • Dec 2018)
Contributing New York Times writer Maggie Jones and photographer Philip Montgomery discuss their photo essay, "How Do You Maintain Dignity for the Dead in a Pandemic?," and photographing NYC public hospitals.
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