3rd Annual Visual Storytelling Summit
May 28 - 31 | Washington, D.C.
Our 4-day Visual Storytelling Summit kicks off Focus on the Story 2020, a month-long celebration of photography in the nation’s capital.
Presenting Visual Storytellers Who are Making a Difference
Nina is a documentary photographer, filmmaker and educator based in New York City. She is the author of The Autobiography of Miss Wish, which documents the story of a sex-trafficking survivor over the course of 25 years. Her work has been exhibited at more than 100 venues from the security walls at the Za’atari refugee camp to the Whitney Museum Biennial.
Malin is a New York-based visual journalist whose work focuses on communities of displacement and dislocation around the world. She won a 2015 World Press Photo Award, the Wallis Annenberg Prize and was named one of the 30 Emerging Photographers to watch in 2015 by Photo District News.
Michael is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who has spent decades chronicling the stories of America’s downtrodden and vulnerable. His work documenting the homeless and poor has yielded several book collaborations including, And Their Children After Them, which won the 1990 Pulitzer Prize in General Nonfiction.
Andres is a visual artist and educator living in Vallejo, California. His recent book, American Origami, which followed the aftermath of recent mass shootings, was shortlisted for the 2019 Paris Photo – Aperture Photo Book Awards, and received the 2019 Light Work Photo Book Award.