Atlantic Monthly Touts Chase Jarvis’ Claim, ‘The Best Camera is The One That’s With You.’

In a recent post in The Atlantic Monthly a resource of politics, business, the arts, and culture, included the phrase Chase Jarvis has been credited with recently elevating “the best camera is the one that’s with you,” to counter the argument

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Times of India: The World’s Largest Newspaper Credits Chase Jarvis with “starting the trend” of Mobile Photography

The largest English language newspaper in the world (with over 3 million daily readers) credits Chase Jarvis as starting the trend of mobile photography. “The very convenience factor of the cell phone, coupled with a host of interesting applications, has led to movements such as iPhoneography. And setting the trend was Seattle-based sports and lifestyle [...]

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Resource magazine: The Media Empire of Chase Jarvis – From Social Art to Social TV, the Game-Changer in Creative Media

Resource magazine, the photo industry’s fastest growing magazine, profiles Chase Jarvis and the magic behind being the pied-piper to a global audience of creative influencers. Calling his efforts, “A Media Empire,” Resource magazine examines, in detail, Chase’s use social media, live social tv, social art, and the unique vision of content creation that has built [...]

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Juxtapoz Magazine

hat struck me most when I caught up with Chase was his explanation that “there are a million paths, let’s judge less the path and judge more the input. There is always a beneficiary.” —Lindsey Byrnes

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IW Magazine: Mike Horn

On one of the more interesting jobs in recent memory, Chase spent two weeks in the South China Sea onboard the Pangaea for Panerai watches. His subject was a Panerai watch on the wrist of the world’s most accomplished Explorer, Mike Horn. Some of the work found its way into a cover feature story in [...]

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Better Photography examines Seattle 100

This article appeared in Better Photography, the best-selling photo magazine in India and South Asia (a region of more than 1.5 billion people). In it, Chase discusses his perspective on envisioning the concept and curating the subjects for Seattle 100: Portrait of a City. Chase offers a first person account of the techniques he used [...]

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New Day Northwest Invites Chase on Air to Talk about Seattle100

Chase is invited on KingTV’s New Day Northwest and discusses the Seattle100 project with Margaret. He talks about how the project was conceived, why it is so important to him, and why he choose some of the folks he did.

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Seattle Met takes a close look at the Seattle100

Noting that it was a rare quiet moment in his backyard hammock that led to Chase’s idea for Seattle 100: Portrait of a City, Seattle Met, the largest circulation monthly guide to cultural and civic happenings in and around Seattle, celebrates the book’s zeitgeist that “some of the best ideas in the world are being [...]

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City Arts: Seattle’s art journal takes a look at Chase’s Seattle100

This article in City Arts, the Pacific Northwest’s premier print and online journal of creative arts, explores Chase’s role as both a photographer and cultural curator in the launch of his book Seattle 100, Portrait of a City. Chase hosted the official gallery opening and launch party for Seattle 100 during City Arts Fest 2010. [...]

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Seattle Times/Pacific Northwest Magazine: “Chase Jarvis Aims to Makes Artists of Us All”

July 24, 2010 – The Seattle Times, the city’s largest media outlet with more than 55 million page views each month, explores Chase Jarvis’s artistic endeavors and how he is encouraging us all to put our best creative foot forward. Tyrone Beason, Pacific Northwest Magazine staff writer, finds that while Jarvis has a well-respected commercial [...]

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