David Burnett is a photojournalist with more than four decades of work covering the news, the people, and visual tempo of our age.
Donna Ferrato‘s seminal work on domestic violence opened up–for the first time–the hidden world that people did not want to confront.
For the last 25 years, Stanley Greene has worked on five continents trying to document the human condition. “Sometimes I wonder if societies just lust for tragedies.”
Darcy Padilla has devoted her photography to pursuing long-term projects that illuminate the struggles of people living with the complex challenges of poverty.
CARLOS JAVIER ORTIZ
Carlos Javier Ortiz was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and raised in Chicago, Illinois. As a teenager, his love of photography led him to work at a traveling carnival to save money for photography equipment and college tuition.
Since 1996 photojournalist Alan Chin has covered conflicts in Iraq, the ex-Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Central Asia, and the Middle East.
DANNY WILCOX FRASIER
Photographer and filmmaker Danny Wilcox Frazier focuses his work on marginalized communities across the United States.
Andrew Lichtenstein, a native of New York City, is a documentary photographer, journalist, and teacher who works on long term stories of social concern.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lucian Perkins, is based in Washington, DC. He focuses his work on documenting the social issues and challenges our nation faces.
Photographer Maggie Steber has worked in 64 countries focusing on humanitarian, cultural, and social stories.Her honors include the Leica Medal of Excellence and World Press Photo Foundation among others.