Marfa, Texas, United States
Jessica Lutz is a freelance photographer based in Far West Texas. She shoots photos and multimedia for publications, films, companies, musicians, authors and herself. Her work can be seen in Texas Monthly, New York Times, Black & White Magazine, Texas Tribune, Outside Online, Burn Magazine, Cenizo Journal among others publications.
2017 - IWMF Fellow for the Adelante Reporting Initiative, 2017 - Merit award in Black & White Magazine , 2015 - Merit award in Black & White Magazine , 2015 - Alumni of Eddie Adams Workshop
Texas Tribune | Disappearing Rio Grande Expedition
Flash floods, near hypothermia, heavy rapids and alternatively a supreme peace accompanied me while traveling 200 miles of the Rio Grande along the Tex-Mex border with Reporter Colin McDonald as part of the Disappearing Rio Grande Project. I traveled with Colin for one month by canoe, shooting and uploading images daily on the Texas Tribune website. We used a solar recharge and satellite system to accomplish this project.
Al Jazeera | Environmental piece
An unlikely alliance: Ranchers and green activists fight Texas pipeline: Protesters argue that eminent domain laws may not even apply, as the natural gas Trans-Pecos Pipeline will serve the communities in which it will run.