Los Angeles, CA, USA
Isadora Kosofsky is a Los Angeles-based documentary photographer. She received the 2012 Inge Morath Award from the Magnum Foundation for her multi-series documentary about the lives and relationships of the elderly, focusing on the romantic relationship between three seniors and a couple coping with cirrhosis, respectively. She was chosen as a participant in the 2014 Joop Swart Masterclass of World Press Photo for which she produced a photo essay and short film about developmentally disabled couples. She is a recipient of a 2015 Flash Forward Magenta Foundation Award and a Commended Award from the Ian Parry Scholarship. Her projects have received distinctions from Women in Photography International, Prix de la Photographie Paris and The New York Photo Festival. Isadora’s work has been featured in The London Sunday Times, Le Monde, M le Magazine du Monde, TIME, Mashable, American Photo, PDN, NationSwell, Narratively, The British Journal of Photography, The Huffington Post and The New Yorker Photo Booth, among others. Her work is featured in the Thames and Hudson anthology Family Photography Now and Public/Private/Portraiture of Mossless. As a documentary photographer, Isadora is drawn to develop long-term chronicles of subjects by immersing herself into their lives and communities.