Maggie Steber has worked as a documentary photographer in 60 countries. Her longtime work in Haiti received the prestigious Alicia Patterson Foundation Grant and the Ernst Haas Grant.
Andrea Bruce is a documentary photographer who brings attention to people living in the aftermath of war. She concentrates on the social issues that are sometimes ignored and often ignited in war’s wake.
James Whitlow Delano has lived in Asia for over 20 years. His work has been awarded internationally: the Alfred Eisenstadt Award (from Columbia University and Life Magazine), Leica’s Oskar Barnack, Picture of the Year International, NPPA Best of Photojournalism, PDN and others for work from China, Japan, Afghanistan and Burma, etc.
Suthep Kritsanavarin is one of Thailand’s leading photojournalists. He has covered environmental, social and humanitarian issues in Southeast Asia for nearly two decades.
Ashley Gilbertson’s photographs from Iraq, where he worked almost exclusively from 2002 until 2008 on assignment for The New York Times, gained him recognition from the Overseas Press Club who, in 2004, honored him with prestigious Robert Capa Gold Medal for his work in Falluja. His first book, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, was released in 2007. Read more about Ashley Gilbertson[…]
Agnès Dherbeys is a Bangkok-based 35-year-old French photographer. She has mainly focused her work in Nepal, East Timor, Indonesia, Cambodia and Thailand, as well as in the Palestinian Territories/Israel.
I have worked as a photojournalist, art director, designer and illustrator. I currently maintain a design and commercial photography studio in Provo, Utah.
Alison Morley is a photo editor and educator. Alison has been the Chair of the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Program at the International Center of Photography in New York since 2000.
Walter Astrada was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has worked for Associated Press in Latin America. He has also freelanced for Agence France Presse in Uganda and the Dominican Republic.
Jared Moossy is a Texas-born photographer based in Austin, Texas. His professional career has mainly focused on the changing political and social landscapes of various countries and how conflict has shaped those landscapes.
Claire Rosen is a fashion and fine art photographer, video artist and educator. She is widely recognized for her work and is represented by Verve Gallery, Gallery 51 and Asymmetrick Arts.
Award-winning photojournalist Ron Haviv has produced some of the most important images of conflict and other humanitarian crises that have made headlines from around the world since the end of the Cold War…
Michael Robinson Chávez has been a photographer at The Los Angeles Times since 2007. His work has been exhibited widely, including the Visa Pour l’image festival in France.
Adriana Zehbrauskas, born in Sao Paulo, worked as a staff photographer for Folha de S. Paulo traveling extensively throughout Brazil and abroad. Based in Mexico City, she contributes regularly to numerous publications.
Henrik co-founded Bombay Flying Club in 2006 and after a stint as staff photographer he turned towards web documentary full time in 2008 focusing on developing methods and approaches that would catch the attention of the inherently impatient online audience.
Tewfic El-Sawy is a freelance photographer who specializes in documenting endangered cultures and traditional life ways of Asia, Latin America and Africa, and has worked in over 50 countries.
Paula has been working as a photojournalist for close to 30 years and as a freelance photographer with Getty Images Reportage. In the Asian region and beyond, she has covered an enormous variety of natural disasters, war – conflict zones, news and features.
Neal is formerly Vice President and General Counsel of NPR. In addition to working as a photographer, he consults on business issues in the photojournalism industry, including as Chairman Emeritus of the VII Photo Agency.