Rian Dundon is a photographer and editor in Oakland, California. He is a contributing editor at the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, and contributes to The New York Times, City Lab and California Sunday Magazine, among other publications.
Photographing Portland’s Summer of Rage
Co-published with the Washington Post. Photojournalist Rian Dundon captures the first 100 days of the ongoing Portland protests in a breathtaking series of street protest photography.
How Many Cameras Does One Protest Need?
Co-published with The Nation. Livestreamers and citizen journalists are providing constant, steady footage of the protests for Black Lives. Is that a good thing?
Dispatches from the Battle for Portland
Co-published with Columbia Journalism Review and The New Yorker. EHRP photographer Rian Dundon captures the ongoing battle for Portland, Oregon, in striking detail.
Who Is Burning Down Oakland?
Co-published with GEN. After a fire destroyed the only place I could afford to live, I knew it was time to leave for good.
Blood on the Sidewalk: A Look at the Political Clashes of the Trump Era
Co-published with Mother Jones. We ignore the rise of this extreme political affect at our own peril.
What It’s Like Riding Along With a Valet Driver at a San Francisco Strip Club
Co-published with The Washington Post. Photographer Rian Dundon documented his time parking cars for a strip club.
How Fatherhood Alters Your View of the World
Co-published with The New York Times. Following the birth of his daughter, Rian Dundon documented the messiness and gravity surrounding his new role in life.
Visualizing Common Core
Co-published with The New York Times. What the controversial educational initiative looks like for low-income students and parents in the shadow of Silicon Valley.