JRNL SPRING 2020

ISSUE 4 GUEST EDITED BY KATHERINE HARRIS POMERANTZ (TIME)

JRNL ISSUE 4 SPRING 2020


Completing the first annual run of FotoFilmic’s JRNL publication launched in April last year, we’re excited to announce the 12 laureates to be published in the upcoming fourth Spring 2020 Issue guest edited by Katherine Harris Pomerantz, one of the industry’s most respected photo-editors! During her monthlong reviewal of all submitted works, Katherine strived to materialize fresh contemporary perspectives relevant to our transformative moment. The results are a captivating roster of photographers from 5 different nations conveying compelling new approaches to the traditional boundaries of documentary culture and photographic storytelling. We can’t wait to share more of their work in the JRNL 4 pages next month! For now, please join us in congratulating each of them for piquing Katherine’s interest, and getting their creative practice endorsed by such a high profile figure of contemporary photography!


GUEST EDITOR: Katherine Harris Pomerantz, Director of Photography at the world renowned TIME magazine


Katherine Harris Pomerantz is the Director of Photography at TIME magazine. Prior to joining TIME in 2017, she was the Director of Photography at Newsweek, the founding photo lead at The Daily Beast, and has worked in various creative roles at Magnum Photos, Airbnbmag, and ABC News.

@katattack42  @time

 

JRNL 4 PHOTOGRAPHERS (alphabetical order)


  1. Alyson Bowen (Portland, OR, USA)

  2. Stephen Brookbank (Halifax, NS, Canada)

  3. Gregory Collavini (Bern, Switzerland)

  4. Skyler Dahan (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

  5. Alba Diaz (London, UK)

  6. Dan Farnum (Tulsa, OK, USA)

  7. Whitney Hayes (Fair Haven, NJ, USA)

  8. Jon Henry (Brooklyn, NY, USA)

  9. Taejay Lee (A Coruña, Spain/Korea)

  10. Madhavan Palanisamy (Chennai, India)

  11. Liz Sanders (Brooklyn, NY, USA)

  12. Mike Vos (Portland, OR, USA)

 

Please note the front & back JRNL 4 covers winner will be announced separately later in March as this fourth Spring 2020 issue gets ready for publication. 

Top Image © Gregory Collavini, Penstock pipe through the Alps, April 2011, from the series Conduite Forcée