A New York Times article on the mounting risk of widespread famine in Yemen showed images by photojournalist Tyler Hicks of malnourished, critically ill children amidst the Saudi-led war against Houthi rebels backed by Iran. The article went viral, as peo
Photographer Alex Potter (right) has won the inaugural James W. Foley Fellowship for young journalists, fellowship administrator The GroundTruth Project announced last week. Potter will use the $10,000 fellowship to pursue a project about the effects of c
Alex Potter is an emerging photojournalist who has worked primarily in Minneapolis, MN and Yemen. After graduating university with a nursing degree she decided to follow her calling rather than the advice of others and turned to a life in photography.