Brooklyn, New York
Natalie Keyssar is a freelance photojournalist based in Brooklyn, New York. She's a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal and a Contributor at INSTITUTE for Artist Management. She studied painting and illustration in college before pursuing photography, which allowed her to combine her love of image making with her interests in activist movements, public policy, youth culture, and anything related to dance.
She speaks Spanish, loves mangos with hot sauce, and is available for assignment pretty much anywhere.
The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Time.com, Stern, Newsweek, Jet, 6 Mois, The Utne Reader, Slate, MSNBC, The Huffington Post, Salon, De Standaard, Vocativ, The Global Post, Amnesty International, Community Resource Exchange, Harvard University, AllStar Code, YouTube, and Google.
Selected Finalist// Voies Off Arles// 2015
IWMF// African Great Lakes Reporting Fellow Eastern DR Congo//2015
Selected Winner// American Photography// 2015
Rory Peck Trust Fellow// Reporting in Crisis Zones//Columbia School of Journalism// 2014
Selected Winner// American Photography// 2014
Winner// Reportage By Getty Images Emerging Talent Award// 2013/2014
Selected Participant// Look Between Festival// 2014
Finalist// Julia Margaret Cameron Award// 2014
First Place// Association for Health Care Journalists Excellence in Health Care Journalism Award for Step by Step: The Path to Ending Child Mortality/ Global Post Team Special Report// 2013
Scholarship Recipient// Foundry Photojournalism Workshop// 2014
Nominee// Unicef Photo of the Year// 2013
Selected Winner// American Photography 2013
Fellow// Open Hands Initiative and Global Post "Burma Telling Its Own Story"// 2013.
Third Place Feature Story// NPPA’s Northern Short Course Competition// 2012
Selected Winner// International Color Awards// 2011
- Audio capture
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- RISC training
- Still life
- Video capture