New York, NY, USA
I am a visual storyteller. I advocate for people, communities, and businesses by telling their stories in a compelling, honest and humanizing way. I love assignment work and specialize in stories about women's issues and spiritual traditions and I am determined to make great photos whether it is a news-breaking international natural disasters or a home town rodeo queen competition.
My photographs appear in distinguished publications such as The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, The Chicago Tribune, The Denver Post, The Albuquerque Journal, The Taos News, Ski Magazine, New Mexico Magazine, Mothering Magazine and many others.
I am a project photographer for international non-profits, local non-profits and documentary film-makers and have been awarded public art commissions by The State of New Mexico.
Images from my personal documentary projects are collected by museums, public buildings and state agencies throughout New Mexico and the United States.
I live in New York with my husband and my two daughters.
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Tina Brown is given a tour of Graterford Prison, a maximum security prison in Collegeville, PA, a few weeks before Tina Brown Live Media hosts the Criminal Justice in the United States Summit.