From renowned legends to emerging talent, learn more about the photographers who have shared their images at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
Cary Wolinsky began working as a news and magazine photographer for the Boston Globe in 1968 while completing a degree in journalism at Boston University’s School of Communications.
National Georgraphic photographer Catherine Karnow specializes in culture and people.
Catherine Ledner grew up in eccentric New Orleans surrounded by positive, hardworking people.
Visual Poetry, nature photography and digital design come together in the transcendent landscapes of Catherine Nelson.
Catherine Opie is a photographer and photography professor at UCLA. Her work includes portrait series and American urban landscapes that range in format from large-scale color works to smaller black-and-white prints.
Cathrine Westergaard is a native New Yorker.
In 2002, Cathy Greenblat made photography a central element of her professional and personal work, choosing to retire early from Rutgers to pursue her photographic interests and projects.
Rigoberto “Chacho” Oquendo studied photography at the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) and currently teaches the art and practice of street photography in Havana.
Charles Lindsay has photgraphed for 25 years at the interface between culture and nature and is the author of six books of photography.
Vice President and Director of the Annenberg Foundation and founder of explore.org, a philanthropic media organization.
Charles Peterson is an American photographer well known for his work with the independent record label Sub Pop.
Charles Rozier has been photographing the people around him continuously for 40 years.
Brooklyn photographer Charlie Engman studied Korean and Japanese in University, so naturally he became a fashion photographer.
Charlie Shrem is a pioneering Bitcoin entrepreneur and Blockchain visionary.
Charlyn Zlotnik is a freelance photographer based in New York.
Cherie Marquez is the Founder of Floral and Botanical Design Studio, La Fleur Kitchen.
Cheryl Medow spent the last two decades photographing nature in search of a combination of landscape images that matches her excitement about the world around her.
After graduating with a fine-art degree from the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at the University of Oxford, Chloe Dewe Mathews worked in the film industry for four years before dedicating herself full-time to photography.
Chloe Aftel sees each photograph as a one-frame movie still, and each person as someone with a story to tell.
Photographer Chris Rainier is a master at creating powerful images that document the anthropological story of indigenous cultures whose ways are under threat.