We live in an era saturated with images of all kinds clamoring for our attention. Combine this with constantly shrinking space for serious, thought-provoking photography on complex issues, and a clear problem emerges. As a result, photojournalists must explore new ways to tell stories and identify or create new outlets for such work to be seen.
Pulitzer Center photographers Dominic Bracco II, Sean Gallagher, Andre Lambertson, Richard Mosse, David Rochkind, Stephanie Sinclair and James Whitlow Delano discuss the unique ways they approach covering crises.
This event is presented by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs, and FotoDC. The work by these photojournalists will be displayed in a gallery at FotoDC Nov. 4 to Nov. 12, 2011.