Photographer Guidelines

In general, E does not accept unsolicited images or artwork. The exception is for “Slice of Life” in the magazine’s “Unearthed” section: a photo that tells an environmental story and is run at half-page size with a short caption in each issue. Images have featured scenes from jumping Asian carp to devastation in Haiti. Queries pertaining to “Slice of Life” can be sent to Brita Belli, editor at brita@emagazine.com.

We do occasionally use illustrators for our features and other print content. If you are an illustrator and would like to be considered for upcoming work, please send links to your website/samples to Trudy Hodenfield, art director at trudy@emagazine.com. Please indicate your rates.

We also sometimes employ photographers to arrange a particular shoot for a story. Most often (but not always) these are done somewhere in the vicinity of our Norwalk, Connecticut, offices. If you would like to be considered, please send links to your website/samples to Trudy Hodenfield, art director at trudy@emagazine.com. Please indicate your rates.

Unfortunately, we are not in the market for cartoons, but we will consider inspiring videos, trailers for eco-documentaries, video shot during environmental campaigns and other assorted content for our website. Contact Brita Belli, editor at brita@emagazine.com, if you have something that you think would be a good fit for our site.

Lastly, if you are an eco-artist in any medium and would like to be considered for coverage, Sean Corbett (a photographer!) blogs about those topics and can be reached at corbett.sean@gmail.com.

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