Something about this image just speaks to me. Creatively, Emotionally.....its just inspiring http://tinyurl.com/3so44al O and anything out of your images from The Daylights. That whole session(s) was amazing!
All of your work is truly inspiring. My pick is from your collection Voices of Haiti titled "I would love to see the world." I work for BGR in Nashville we do disaster relief and community development globally. This picture was so human. Reminded me of the desires of people, the dreams, and hopes: thats iconic. Thanks for sharing and giving back.
Some of my favorites . . . Voices of Haiti - "I hope this never happens again. Too many people died." Voices of Haiti - "Home sweet home" Voices of Haiti - "In all my struggles I've realized Jesus loves me." http://payload.cargocollective.com/1/0/10089/922200/01_man_in_field.jpg Africa album - 2nd photo with the padlock and "hope" I love the one of the Civil Wars against the tree as well I love the one of Kris Kristofferson. Either of the two of Iron and Wine (Sam Beam) are fantastic as well. If I had to choose, those would be some of my favorites, but I love your work. Inspiring for sure. Thank you for sharing.
I love the Imogen Heap one that's first on this page: http://www.jeremycowart.com/#914514/Texture & I think the Voice of Haiti one with the wedding & the paper plate is fantastic: http://www.jeremycowart.com/#915462/Voices-of-Haiti Also, your Jesus portrait should probably be included. You may be uncomfortable with the term "iconic" but I think the crux of it is that they want photos from you that really allow us to see through your unique viewpoint. All the photos on your site are great, but some just really sing out that you took them, while a few could have been taken by any number of top notch photographers. Good luck choosing! Jen Bak
When I think of iconic images, I think of images that define the genre, or capture the essence of the person they represent. It can also be a image that represents who you are as an artist. In Voices Of Haiti, either the I wish I could turn back time image or the I hope this never happens again images are iconic, though maybe not representative of your "professional" work. The Dominic Purcell portrait could be classified as iconic, however it doesn't necessarily fit into an overall style, the way Avedon's portraits of famous people on white backgrounds or Martin Schoeller's in your face portrait style does. The Anna Nalick photos definitely should be represented in the five. They have a fashion-like quality, but seem to capture the person she is trying to portray herself to be. She is engaged with you in the image making process and that makes for stronger portraiture. In your Black and White gallery, I like the images you list as personal work and think the photo of The Daylights shot through Translucent cloth (?) is a strong image. I also really like the photos of Feist with the hand puppets and Carrie Underwood with the daisies. The are technically excellent photos which also capture real emotions in your subjects while being playful as well. Best of luck in choosing. I would be careful about allowing these comments to influence your choice of image. In the end, I think that ultimately the 5 images should say what you want to say about yourself as an artist.
One of my favorite is from your Africa book. Its the one with the padlock and the word hope in the background.
There's something about the Imogen shots that stand out among the rest, any of those would be fitting. Definitely one from Haiti– I like “Give us this day, our daily bread.” and “God Gives, God Takes, God Bless.” And, one of my all time favorites is the one of The Civils Wars against the tree. That is classic. Timeless. Beautiful.
I think your best pic is Zachary Levi on the roof with the garden hose, just Brill! use that one Cheers Toran
It's so hard to pick. At least one Haiti pic should be there. The mag is called Relevance! I'd pick either the 1st or 3rd one. They are all beautiful, but those two are very powerful. You have to put in Taylor Swift Composite and Personal Work (military). Those are also very relevant (whether a Swift fan or not). ANd something from World Tour but I couldn't pick.