Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Originally from Australia, Kyla Woods is a content curator and community manager for international visual storytelling organizations #Dysturb, a photojournalism collective that installs large format news images in schools and urban hubs, and Visa pour l'Image, the longest-running photojournalism festival. Prior to this, she has been involved with the Bronx Documentary Center, a nonprofit space founded by Michael Kamber that is dedicated to photography and new media, and has worked on books devoted to photojournalism, such as Jean-Pierre Laffont's "Photographer's Paradise: Turbulent America 1960-1990". Previously, she has also worked as a picture editor and digital strategist both in Melbourne and New York. Kyla is also a writer, and her work has appeared in Long Cours, Le Figaro, Le Point, Vantage, World Photo Organization and Foam Magazine.