On Assignment I

Much of the summer, I’ve spent shooting assignments for The Wall Street Journal. I love daily journalism — meeting new folks, hearing their stories and taking their photos. Here’s a selection of pictures from assorted stories.

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This last story was my favorite. Midge Wilker was diagnosed advanced colon cancer. After months of depression, she decided to quit focusing on death and appreciate the life she had. Truly a beautiful woman.

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7 Responses to “On Assignment I”


  1. 1 AWK

    Great photos dude, they’re full of life

  2. 2 Max Sohl

    Hey, I find your photos truly amazing; they´re so photos so full of life that even the motionless seems to be on the go. This post is fabulous, you´re really both technically and aestichally speaking but also in getting close and getting “the objects” to trust you.

    Thx for all the good posts and keep them coming // Max

  3. 3 Mike

    You are a true pro!

  4. 4 lafleur

    so ridiculously amazing, you are going to go down in history as the dude who shot the most amazing pictures through glass. you are the best at this in the world. the last one also blows my mind, subject, photographer, light, shadow. stop it.

  5. 5 Layne

    ridiculously great Bryan.

  6. 6 matt

    YEA!! Bryan Derballa KILLING it!!!!

  7. 7 Peter Hoffman

    Those last portraits are a really nice set man. Nice seeing.

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