What has changed in the field of photojournalism over the last decade? What are the major challenges to documenting conflict? How do you develop a sustained relationship with writers and editors? Join us for a special ICP Talks: Lessons and Insights in Photography lecture with esteemed photographer Lynsey Addario on Photojournalism Now. Addario will share her recent projects while also discussing how working as a photojournalist has evolved and how she has built relationships with writers and editors over her decades-long career. ICP’s Managing Director of Programs David Campany will join Addario for a conversation after the lecture, followed by a Q&A with the audience.
An award-winning photojournalist, Addario is known for her powerful photographs often focusing on women perspectives and humanitarian issues from within conflict zones. Regularly on assignment for the New York Times, National Geographic, and Time Magazine, Addario has over 30 years of experience working as a photojournalist, collaborating with editors and writers on stories ranging from the New York Times Magazine story,“Talibanistan,” which won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, to intimate and powerful features covering maternal mortality in Afghanistan, devastating famine in Yemen, and the life of Syrian refugees. She has released two books, It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War and Of Love & War in recent years, highlighting 200 photographs that demonstrate Addario’s commitment to capturing human rights crisis and injustices.
Lecture is scheduled to take place from 1 to 2 PM EST.
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About the Series
ICP Talks: Lessons and Insights in Photography is a new online education program series presented by the International Center of Photography. Each three-part session invites leading photographers and educators to present work and ideas that excite and instruct on navigating all facets of the photographic community. Through lectures, conversations, and workshops, ICP Talks allows ICP's worldwide following to learn together, stay connected, and get inspired.
Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist, who has been covering conflict and humanitarian crises around the Middle East and Africa on assignment for the New York Times, National Geographic Magazine, and Time Magazine for almost two decades. Since September 11, 2001, Addario has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Darfur, South Sudan, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. She recently travelled to Yemen for the New York Times Magazine.
In 2015, American Photo Magazine named Lynsey as one of five most influential photographers of the past 25 years, saying she changed the way we saw the world's conflicts.
Addario is the recipient of numerous awards, including a MacArthur fellowship, a Pulitzer prize, The Overseas Press Club's Olivier Rebbot Award, and two Emmy nominations. She holds two Honorary Doctorate Degrees for her professional accomplishments from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Bates Collage in Maine.
In 2015, Addario wrote a New York Times best-selling memoir, It's What I Do, which chronicles her personal and professional life as a photojournalist coming of age in the post-9/11 world. In October 2018, Addario is released her first solo collection of photography, Of Love and War, published by Penguin Press.
David Campany is ICP’s managing director of programs, and a writer, editor, and curator.