From renowned legends to emerging talent, learn more about the photographers who have shared their images at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
Dani Planas Labad is a traveller who loves photography or maybe a photographer who loves to travel.
Daniel Beltrá is a conservation photographer based in Seattle. Originally from Madrid, Beltrá began shooting for Greenpeace in 1990.
Daniel Milnor is currently “Photographer at Large” for Blurb, Inc. the world’s premiere print-on-demand publisher.
Daniel Jack Lyons is a New York-based photographer and global health practitioner whose work is guided by his strong commitment to human rights and social justice.
Daniel Shea’s “Coal Work,” a long-term investigation of the coal industry in the Appalachian region, grew out of a simple curiosity about where electricity came from.
Daniel Miller, owner and director of Duncan Miller Gallery, created the successful program Collector’s Favorites for the Photo Arts Council at LACMA.
Danny Clinch has photographed and filmed a wide range of artists, from Johnny Cash to Tupac Shakur, from Bjork to Bruce Springsteen.
Photographer and filmmaker, Danny Wilcox Frazier, concentrates on covering issues of marginalized communities both in and outside the United States.
Danny Lyon was born in 1942 in Brooklyn, New York. He is an American photographer and filmmaker. All of Lyon’s publications work in the style of photographic New Journalism.
Dante Dauz walked different paths before following his true passion for photography.
The Youth Rehabilition Center (YRC) in St. Croix is the only juvenile detention facility for the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Daro Sulakauri is a freelance photojournalist from Georgia.
Daryl Thetford’s digital photo collage provides a means to reflect and express the tension between our fragmented struggle for understanding and to simultaneously articulate the beauty that can emerge from disorder.
Dave Collyer is an artist working with chemistry, metal and glass to create hand made photography using the wet plate collodion method from the 1800’s.
David Liittschwager is a contributing photographer to National Geographic and other magazines.
David Doubilet is a contributing photographer and author for National Geographic magazine, where he has photographed 65 stories.
In his ongoing, multi-chaptered series “Black Maps,” David Maisel’s aerial photographs of environmentally impacted sites explore the aesthetics and politics of radically human-altered environments.
David Fahey is co-owner of the Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles.
Nashville-based photographer David McClister grew up in the South and began his career as a filmmaker and music video director.
In his work for National Geographic Magazine, David Griffin helps shape the photographic direction of the magazine, working with staff editors and contributing photographers from around the globe.