Open Edition Photographic Prints
All proceeds from sales of prints on this page benefit the American Reportage Storytelling Grant.
Available as 8×10, 11×14 and 16×20 sizes, prints are unframed and unsigned open editions.
Printed on Kodak Endura Professional Paper. Shipped to you directly from the lab.
The Storytelling Grant is awarded annually to a college senior enrolled in a visual journalism curriculum or to a recent graduate who has not accepted a job as a full-time visual journalist.
An Old Order Mennonite opens a gate to put his cows out to pasture in the morning in Dayton, Virginia. Photo by Pete Marovich
“Clown Chips,” a performer with the Cole Bros. Circus, puts on a juggling act for a young girl Gaithersburg, Maryland. Photo by Pete Marovich
US Steel’s Homestead Works in Homestead, Pa., was shuttered in 1986 due to the severe downturn in the domestic steel industry. Remnants of the steel works remain on the land that is now home to The Waterfront shopping center. Photo by Pete Marovich
The Carrie Furnaces were built in 1881 as part of U.S. Steel’s Homestead Works, a sprawling 400-acre complex that spanned both sides of the Monongahela river. They produced up to 1,250 tons of steel a day until 1978 when they were closed. Photo by Pete Marovich
Pittsburgh’s skyline rises above the fog November 9, 2010. Photo by Justin Merriman
A cowboy stands in the back pens behind the chutes as the sun sets at the Fort Armstrong Professional Rodeo on Saturday, July 8, 2017 at Crooked Creek Horse Park in Ford City, PA. Photo by Justin Merriman
A woman leans against a car during the Prince of Wales second line parade in New Orleans on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. Photo by Justin Merriman
A cowboy warms up his horse in the paddock as the sun begins to set before the start of the Fort Armstrong Championship Rodeo at Crooked Creek Horse Park in Ford City, Pa. Photo by Justin Merriman