The New York Times presents
Capturing the Story with a Camera: Hear from New York Times’s Pulitzer-winning Photojournalists
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Todd Heisler joined the New York Times as a staff photographer in 2006, the same year he won a Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography for a project following a Marine casualty assistance officer and the families of Marines killed in Iraq. In 2010 he won a National News and Documentary Emmy for his contributions to One in 8 Million, a multimedia project that profiled 54 New Yorkers ever week for a year., and in 20011 was a Pulitzer finalist for his work documenting early onset Alzheimer’s in Colombia.
Leslye Davis is a documentarian and photographer at The New York Times where she has worked since 2012. In 2016, she was on the team of journalists who were awarded the Overseas Press Club's David Kaplan Award for their coverage of the ISIS-led terrorist attacks in Paris. Her work has been nominated for an Emmy, a Gerald Loeb Award for explanatory journalism and she was part of a team of Times journalists who were finalists for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting.
$10.00 - $20.00
Please join us for a fascinating conversation with New York Times photojournalists Todd Heisler and Leslye Davis, as they take us behind the scenes of major news events and the compelling images that capture them. Todd Heisler joined the New York Times as a staff photographer in 2006, the same year he won a Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography for a project following a Marine casualty assistance officer and the families of Marines killed in Iraq. Leslye Davis is a documentarian and photographer who has covered the ISIS-led terrorist attacks in Paris and most recently reported from Houston, photographing Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. Leading the discussion, accompanied by photos and videos is Meaghan Looam, New York Times Deputy Photo Editor