Women Photojournalists of Washington
Washington, DC, USA
Gabriella is a photographer based between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.
Born in Sweden but raised in Luxembourg, Belgium and later the United States, she studied fine arts and journalism at The George Washington University and photography at the Parsons School of Art and Design in Paris.
Gabriella is a regular contributor to The New York Times for the DC bureau covering Washington politics and traveling with President Obama. Along with the NYTimes, she has been published in The New York Times International (formerly the International Herald Tribune), TIME, NPR, Getty Images, National Geographic online, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Boston Globe, The Baltimore Sun, El Nuevo Dia, Internazionale Magazine, among others.
She will always be most happy with a camera in hand.
Gabriella speaks English and French and is available for both photo and video assignments worldwide.
2016 - Magenta Foundation , 2016 - American Photography 32, 2016 - The New York Times Portfolio Review, 2016 - Pictures of the Year International, 2016 - Pictures of the Year International, 2016 - The White House News Photographers Association , 2016 - The White House News Photographers Association, 2016 - The White House News Photographers Association, 2016 - Inge Morath Award, Magnum Foundation , 2016 - Eddie Adams Workshop, 2015 - 30 Under 30 Women Photographers
- Audio capture
- Audio editing
- Breaking news
- Still life
- Video capture
- Video editing
The Long Road
In his state of the Union address, President Obama called 2014 "the year of action", instead it was the year of inaction. With a contentious midterm election coming up for Democratic members of Congress, it was imperative that he do nothing to jeopradize their chances of winning; however, the more he tried to address the many problems facing the nation both at home and abroad, the more pushback he received, alienating himself from not only his party but the nation as well.
Baltimore Sings the Blues
A boy looks out a bus window at a line of National Guard and police officers in riot gear in the Winchester-Sandtown neighborhood of west Baltimore, Md., on May 1, 2015. The death of Freddie Gray while in police custody sparked violent riots throughout the city raising awareness to another incident of police brutality across the nation.