Tag: Andrea Bruce

  • Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – 7 February, 2020 – Photojournalism Now

    Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – 7 February, 2020 For those of us who work in journalism the myth of the cavalier photojournalist who rushes toward conflict with zeal is well established. Robert Capa’s famous comment about photographers needing to get close to the action in order to capture the best picture is part of industry […]

  • How do you make people care? Here’s how this award-winning photographer does it. | Poynter

    [contentcards url=”https://www.poynter.org/news/how-do-you-make-people-care-heres-how-award-winning-photographer-does-it”] How do you make people care? Here’s how this award-winning photographer does it. | Poynter Andrea Bruce was driving when something caught her eye. “I actually saw them from the road …. I asked, ‘What is happening here?’” Unlike most people in the world, Bruce can travel to amazing places. And when she […]

  • Andrea Bruce Wins $20K 2018 Anja Niedringhaus Award | PDNPulse

    [contentcards url=”https://pdnpulse.pdnonline.com/2018/04/andrea-bruce-wins-20k-2018-anja-niedringhaus-award.html”] Andrea Bruce Wins $20K 2018 Anja Niedringhaus Award | PDNPulse Photographer Andrea Bruce has won the 2018 Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award, the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) announced on Saturday. The award comes with a $20,000 prize. Two other photographers—Amber Bracken and Rebecca Conway—won honorable mentions.

  • Andrea Bruce wins the Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award – The Washington Post

    [contentcards url=”https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-sight/wp/2018/04/14/andrea-bruce-wins-the-anja-niedringhaus-courage-in-photojournalism-award/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.a495b34836c9″] Andrea Bruce wins the Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award – The Washington Post In April 2014, Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus was killed by a police officer in Afghanistan’s Khost province. And for the past four years, Niedringhaus’s dedication and legacy — one that includes a Pulitzer Prize for photography — lives […]

  • Andrea Bruce, Aida Muluneh, Carlos Javier Ortiz Win $30K Catchlight Fellowships | PDNPulse

    [contentcards url=”https://pdnpulse.pdnonline.com/2018/04/andrea-bruce-aida-muluney-carlos-javier-ortiz-win-30k-catchlight-fellowships.html”] Andrea Bruce, Aida Muluneh, Carlos Javier Ortiz Win $30K Catchlight Fellowships | PDNPulse Photographers Andrea Bruce, Carlos Javier Ortiz and Aida Muluneh have won the 2018 Catchlight Fellowships, the San Francisco-based organization announced today. The winners will each receive a $30,000 grant to support an ongoing project.

  • Kadir van Lohuizen of NOOR edits the photography of colleague Andrea Bruce – The Washington Post

    [contentcards url=”https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-sight/wp/2017/11/10/an-insight-into-care-and-suffering-kadir-van-lohuizen-on-the-photography-of-andrea-bruce/”] Kadir van Lohuizen of NOOR edits the photography of colleague Andrea Bruce – The Washington Post The next installment of In Sight’s series “PHOTOGRAPHERS edit PHOTOGRAPHERS” pairs NOOR photographers Kadir van Lohuizen and Andrea Bruce. In this installment, Dutch photographer Kadir van Lohuizen chose images from the work of American photographer Andrea Bruce.

  • Iraq’s Current Conflict Foretold

    Iraq’s Current Conflict Foretold The growing instability in Iraq was on the minds of members of the NOOR collective, who were in New York last week for an agency meeting. Andrea Bruce, Stanley Greene, Yuri Kozyrev and Kadir Van Lohuizen — all veterans of covering the war — spoke with Michael Kamber, the author of […]

  • Witness: Andrea Bruce in Damascus

    Link: Witness: Andrea Bruce in Damascus | PROOF I had no idea what to expect when I first entered the regime side of Syria’s bloody civil war. Images from inside the city of Damascus have been scarce and journalists are rarely granted legal access.

  • Andrea Bruce Wins The First Chris Hondros Fund Award

    Link: Andrea Bruce Wins The First Chris Hondros Fund Award – NYTimes.com “Chris was like a brother,” Ms. Bruce said. “We argued over politics and photography. And shared a love for books: he’s the only other person I know to bring Tolstoy on an embed. I trusted him completely and admired his passion and sense […]

  • Andrea Bruce’s Photographs From Refugee Camps in Afghanistan

    Link: Lens Inside the family hut, only women and close male relatives were allowed to mourn over the body of the baby boy, Khan Mohammad, who had died earlier that morning. After Andrea Bruce, on assignment for The New York Times, bent over double and eased her way through the low door of the hut, […]

  • Noor Images Signs Andrea Bruce, Giancarlo Ceraudo

  • photo-eye Book Reviews: War Is Only Half the Story, Vol. 3

    War Is Only Half the Story, Vol. 3, Photographs by Louie Palu, Asim Rafiqui, Rodrigo Abd, Andrea Bru

  • Andrea Bruce Leaves Washington Post To Freelance

    Andrea Bruce Leaves Washington Post To Freelance

  • VII Photo Announces New Network and Mentor Program Photographers – PDN Pulse

    Afghanistan-based photographer Andrea Bruce, who has worked extensively in Iraq as a staff and contract photographer for The Washington Post, and Paris-based photographer Tomas van Houtryve, who won 2010 Photographer of the Year from POYi, have joined the VII Network. Both are new to VII. Link: VII Photo Announces New Network and Mentor Program Photographers […]

  • WHNPA PROJECT GRANT – ANDREA BRUCE

    Andrea Bruce, freelance photographer on contract for the Washington Post, has been chosen as the recipient of the White House News Photographers 2009 Project Grant. The grant total of $10,000, half from the WHNPA and a matching amount of $5,000 from PNY Technologies Inc., will fund ‘The Caucasus at the Crossroads: Ingushetia’s Decisive Moment’, which […]

  • She views the world through a camera lens | Journal and Courier

    From the Journal and Courier: Andrea Bruce has seen much of the world through a camera lens. Bruce is a photojournalist for The Washington Post and has been in some of the world’s hottest spots. Check it out here. via APAD.

  • ::: The Travel Photographer ::: And the Outrage Continues

    The National Press Photographers Association has announced that Andrea Bruce of the Washington Post has been awarded second place in the International News Story with her photo essay on a young girl in Kurdistan being circumcised. Readers of this blog will recall reading the reasons for my revulsion at this photo essay Check it out […]

  • Bruce Named WHNPA Photographer of the Year for 4th Time

    Washington Post photographer Andrea Bruce has been named 2009 Photographer of the Year by the White House News Photographers Association. It’s the fourth time Bruce has won the award. Check it out here.

  • A Joyful Welcome Home for Detainees – washingtonpost.com

    By Andrea Bruce Flipping back a canvas tarp, 12 men squint at the dusty sun and jump, one by one, off the bed of a U.S. military transport truck, dropping to their knees in prayer. They are free. Check it out here.

  • In Fallujah, Peace Through Brute Strength – washingtonpost.com

    Photos by Andrea Bruce – The Washington Post The city’s police chief, Col. Faisal Ismail al-Zobaie, a husky man with a leathered face and a firm voice that resonates with authority, ordered an aide to shut his office door. He turned to his computer. Across the screen flashed a video, purportedly made by the Sunni […]