Jesse Rieser

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINEA conversation with with Robinson…

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINEA conversation with with Robinson...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINEA conversation with with Robinson...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINEA conversation with with Robinson...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINEA conversation with with Robinson...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE

A conversation with with Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz about the importance and pride that comes with representing their home nation (Dominican Republic) in the 2017 World Baseball Classic.

The Dominican Republic went undefeated and won the WBC in 2013. Tonight they face the U.S. in an elimination game to advance to the Semifinals. Assignment for Jim Surber and ESPN the Magazine. Reporting by Marly Riveria. 

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is…

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERStalking A Serial Killer is...

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLER

Stalking A Serial Killer is narrated by quotes taken from
detectives, residents, family members, witnesses, and survivors creating a
singular voice of the Phoenix neighborhood Maryvale terrorized by a serial
killer. The “Serial Street Shooter†has gunned down seven and wounded two. The
killings are carried out from his car and the victims are often in cars, near
cars, or exiting their car. 

Originally published during the week of
the US election for the French magazine Society
in their America issue. This photo essay depicts the black and Hispanic
neighborhood roamed by the killer while serving as a metaphor for issues
plaguing American policy and politics; a lack of immigration reform, racial
inequity, a shrinking middle class, community policing dysfunction, a lack of
accessible mental health care, and quotidian gun violence.

Original interview and reporting by
Emmanuelle Andreani-Facchin and typeset by Juan Carlos Pagan. Assigned by Photo Editors Renaud Bouchez and Julien Langerdorff. 

Experience the full project here. 

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLERTrailer for my new project…

EDITORIAL: STALKING A SERIAL KILLER

Trailer for my new project Stalking A Serial Killer. My first in house collaboration with Sunday Afternoon. Typeset by Juan Carlos Pagan and video by Shane Griffin. 

See the full project here.

WE ARE SUNDAY AFTERNOON

WE ARE SUNDAY AFTERNOON

ARTIST REPRESENTATION: SUNDAY AFTERNOONI am excited to announce…

ARTIST REPRESENTATION: SUNDAY AFTERNOONI am excited to announce...

ARTIST REPRESENTATION: SUNDAY AFTERNOON

I am excited to announce my new partnership with Sunday Afternoon. SA will be my new home for artist representation and more than excited to be part of a collaborative environment working with some of the freshest minds in the creative industry. Head over to Sunday Afternoon to see work by my fellow artists.

This decision was over a year and a half in the making and I appreciate all the agents and reps who were generous with the their time and guidance. Thank you.