Link: Agnes Dherbeys Robert Capa Award | La Lettre de la Photographie
The Robert Capa Gold Medal Award for “best published photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise” went to Agnes Dherbeys, who freelanced for The New York Times in doing her story “Violence erupts in Thailand.
Agnes Dherbeys Robert Capa Award
Thai Protest Photos Earn a Capa Medal
Link: Thai Protest Photos Earn a Capa Medal: Agnes Dherbeys Is Honored by the Overseas Press Club – NYTimes.com
Her approach has earned Agnes Dherbeys, 34, the Robert Capa Gold Medal Award from the Overseas Press Club of America. The medal honors the “best published photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise.” Ms. Dherbeys, a freelancer, was on assignment for The New York Times. “Her images are close-up, powerful and direct,” the citation said.
Agnes Dherbeys Wins Robert Capa Gold Medal Award
Link: NYT wins four Overseas Press Club Awards | Poynter.
ROBERT CAPA GOLD MEDAL AWARD Best published photographic reporting from abroad requiring exceptional courage and enterprise. Winner: AGNES DHERBEYS Freelance for The New York Times – “Violence Erupts in Thailand” THE OLIVIER REBBOT AWARD – Best photographic reporting from abroad in magazines or books. Winner: LYNSEY ADDARIO, National Geographic – “Veiled Rebellion: Afghan Women” JOHN FABER AWARD – Best photographic reporting from abroad in newspapers or news services. Winner: DANIEL BEREHULAK, Getty Images – “Pakistan Floods” FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD – Best feature photography published in any medium on an international theme. Winner: RODRIGO ABD, Associated Press – “Guatemala ER”
Red Shirts – multimedia report on the unrest in Thailand – lens culture
Link: Red Shirts – multimedia report on the unrest in Thailand – lens culture photography weblog
Photojournalist Agnes Dherbeys is a participant in the VII Mentor Program, conceived by VII Photo to provide professional development for the brightest emerging talents in the industry. Agnes Dherbeys’ coverage of the unrest in Thailand is the first in a series of Mentor features
Showcase: In Asia, Hope for Haiti – Lens Blog – NYTimes.com
Link: Showcase: In Asia, Hope for Haiti – Lens Blog – NYTimes.com
The French photographer Agnes Dherbeys experienced the results of the rebuilding firsthand and documents the transformation in “Aceh: Daily Life, Five Years After The Tsunami.”
New Group Unites Six Women PhotojournalistsFrom PDN: With the guidance of photographer Gary Knight of the VII agency, the six women have formed a new group called EVE Photographers to create and promote social documentary photojournalism. They will collaborate on projects and post their best work on a group web site. The photographers are Marizilda Cruppe (in Brazil), Agnès Dherbeys (Thailand), Bénédicte Kurzen (South Africa), Justyna Mielnikiewicz (Georgia), Lourdes Segade (Spain) and Newsha Tavakolian (Iran). Here.