Solar Energy (Ongoing)
Microsoft Research: AI Takes Flight ⧉
NBC News: Deal Island ⧉
NBC News: Journey of a Bullet ⧉
Texas Pipeline's Controversial Path ⧉
A 9/11 Tale of Survival
National Parks at 100
Obama Reaches Cuba
Faces of Ferguson
Uniontown's Environmental Struggle
Rare Birds: Planespotting UN Week
Mom Says Cannabis Helps Autistic Child
Super Tuesday Across Southern States
Solar Power in the Navajo Nation
Pope Francis: Election and Juarez Visit
New Limbs After Haiti Quake
Ghost Town: Picher, Oklahoma
Extreme Drought in California
Living Cheaply in a "Hobbit Hole"
© 2018 John Brecher. All rights reserved.
Above: at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica.
John Brecher is an award-winning photojournalist with more than twenty years' experience in still photography, videography and multimedia production. Starting out at the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner in Alaska, he went on to work as chief photographer at the Jackson Hole News. Next came freelance projects for msnbc.com, notably a 65-day assignment following the Olympic Torch Relay and two months covering the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in coastal Mississippi. For the next ten years, John covered stories across America and internationally for NBC News. He's now working independently, taking commercial and editorial assignments and
shooting drone imagery
as a licensed part 107 remote pilot. John lives in New York City.
Microsoft, Zillow, NBC News, ProPublica, Athena Art Finance Corp., Baja Construction Co. Inc., Green Builder Media, Joy Mangano, Natural Resources Defense Council, Wine Spectator, Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems.