Kathryn Cook (b.1979) is a freelance photographer represented by Agence VU’ and Prospekt Fotografi in Italy. Kathryn grew up in New Mexico and studied Journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Lens Blog – NYTimes.com says:
The shadow of a train runs along the Baghdad Railway, used by the Turkish government to deport thousands of Armenians in 1915. In the window, there is a figure of a traveler, the photographer herself: Kathryn Cook. The image, among the first in her photo essay, “Memory of Trees,” conveys the sense of a personal journey into a historically resonant landscape.
The 2008 Inge Morath has been awarded to Kathryn Cook for her project “Memory Denied: Turkey and the Armenian Genocide.”
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Our choice of new and emerging photographers to watch.
Gmb Akash, Aneta Bartos, Maxine Beuret, Julie Blackmon, Marco Bohr, Lane Coder, Kathryn Cook, Pierre Crocquet, Victoria J. Dean, Brad Dececco, Autumn De Wilde, Rena Effendi, Serkan Emiroglu, Ditte Isager, Jamie Isaia, Shuli Hallak, Kathryn Hillier, Dorothy Hong, Aaron Huey, Brian Lesteberg, David Leventi, Debora Mittelstaedt, Marcus Nilsson, Brigitte Sire, Alys Tomlinson, Brian Ulrich, Anna Wolf, Sarah Wilmer, Andrea Wyner, Alvaro Ybarra Zavala.