Denver, CO, United States
I’m a Denver-based editorial and corporate photographer and Pulitzer finalist. I like reportage when time allows, and portraits on deadline. I solve problems, tell stories, and get things done.
My personal work addresses issues of identity and has appeared in the New York Times LENS, Burn, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Georgia Review, the Phoenix Art Museum, The Annenberg Space for Photography, the Blue Sky Gallery,and is in the permanent collection of the Portland Art Museum.
2015 - Latin American Fotografía, 2014 - FotoVisura Grant, 2014 - Review Santa Fe, 2010 - Photography Book Now, 2010 - New York Photo Awards, Photographic Book, 2010 - LOOKbetween, 2010 - Review Santa Fe, 2009 - Photolucida Critical Mass Book Award, 2009 - Blue Earth Alliance Prize-Best Project Photography, 1995 - Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography
Amanda Williams is a Chicago-based artist who explores cultural identity, personal history, and race. She began painting a series of abandoned houses on the South Side of Chicago, in culturally historical colors of the black community: Harold’s Chicken Red, Currency Exchange Yellow, or in this case, Newport 100s.