Photography Winners of the Pulitzer Prizes 2017

E. Jason Wambsgans, staff photographer at the Chicago Tribune since 2002, is the 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner in Feature photography for a superb portrayal of a 10-year-old boy that survived a shooting in Chicago. Wambsgans has spent the last four years intensively documenting the problem of Chicago’s gun violence.

 

E. Jason Wambsgans, Pulitzer Prize 2017
                    © E. Jason Wambsgans

Daniel Berehulak, freelance photographer, has been awarded with the 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner in Breaking News Photography for his powerful, graphic series showing Duterte’s assault on drug dealers and users in the Philippines, published in The New York Times.

 

Daniel Berehulak, Pulitzer Prize 2017
                  © Daniel Berehulak

Jake May, chief photojournalist for The Flint Journal, was finalist in Feature Photography for his coverage of Flint’s contaminated-water crisis. He was recently awarded with Barry Edmonds Michigan Understanding Award for his ongoing work showing the duality of life in Flint, between violent crime and purpose of a tenacious community.

 

Jake May, Pulitzer Prize 2017
                   © Jake May

Katie Falkenberg, staff photographer at the Los Angeles Times, was also finalist in Feature Photography for a photo essay from the front lines of Brazil’s war on Zika.

 

Katie Falkenberg, Pulitzer Prize 2017
                    © Katie Falkenberg

The photography Staff of the Associated Press, including photojournalists Bram Jansen, Felipe Dana, Manu Brabo, Cengiz Yar or Marko Drobnjakovic, was finalist in Breaking News Photography for their documentation of the still ongoing Iraqi war.

 

Felipe Dana, Pulitzer Prize 2017
                    © Felipe Dana

Jonathan Bachman, freelance photographer, was also finalist in Breaking News for an image of a woman standing during a protest in Baton Rouge over the shooting by the police of Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man. Read Teju Cole’s take here.

 

Jonathan Bachman, Pulitzer Prize 2017
                    © Jonathan Bachman

Photography Winners of the Pulitzer Prizes 2017

E. Jason Wambsgans, staff photographer at the Chicago Tribune since 2002, is the 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner in Feature photography for a superb portrayal of a 10-year-old boy that survived a shooting in Chicago. Wambsgans has spent the last four years intensively documenting the problem of Chicago’s gun violence.

© E. Jason Wambsgans

Daniel Berehulak, freelance photographer, has been awarded with the 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner in Breaking News Photography for his powerful, graphic series showing Duterte’s assault on drug dealers and users in the Philippines, published in The New York Times.

© Daniel Berehulak

Jake May, chief photojournalist for The Flint Journal, was finalist in Feature Photography for his coverage of Flint’s contaminated-water crisis. He was recently awarded with Barry Edmonds Michigan Understanding Award for his ongoing work showing the duality of life in Flint, between violent crime and purpose of a tenacious community.

© Jake May

Katie Falkenberg, staff photographer at the Los Angeles Times, was also finalist in Feature Photography for a photo essay from the front lines of Brazil’s war on Zika.

© Katie Falkenberg

The photography Staff of the Associated Press, including photojournalists Bram Jansen, Felipe Dana, Manu Brabo, Cengiz Yar or Marko Drobnjakovic, was finalist in Breaking News Photography for their documentation of the still ongoing Iraqi war.

© Felipe Dana

Jonathan Bachman, freelance photographer, was also finalist in Breaking News for an image of a woman standing during a protest in Baton Rouge over the shooting by the police of Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man. Read Teju Cole’s take here.

© Jonathan Bachman

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