From renowned legends to emerging talent, learn more about the photographers who have shared their images at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
Camilla de Maffei works as a freelance photographer and lives in Barcelona, Spain.
Photographer Camille Seaman has traveled between both the North and South Polar Regions for the last ten years, documenting the fragile environment and its otherworldly beauty.
Camilo José Vergara is drawn to the urban fabric of America’s inner cities—to the buildings that compose them and the life and culture embedded in its structures and streets.
Candace Plummer Gaudiani is an artist in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Candace Feit is a documentary photographer and artist who focuses on creating deep narratives about people and their relationships.
Carl J. Lomen was an American entrepreneur and photographer.
Carla Richmond Coffing is a Los Angeles based photographer specializing in environmental portraits. She was born in Mexico City, and raised in Maryland, Texas, California and Mexico.
Carla Hayden was sworn in as the 14th Librarian of Congress on September 14, 2016.
Since 2006, Carlos Villalon has been photographing in the Darién Gap, the frontier between Colombia and Panama, where the Pan American highway disappears and gives way to a network of rivers, forests and swamps.
While driving around Los Angeles, Carol Ring photographed colorful signage, graffiti, rust stains, peeling paint and other elements of urban blight.
Thirty-five years ago, American-born Carol Beckwith and Australian Angela Fisher met in Kenya and began a relationship with the African continent, journeying over 270,000 miles, through 40 countries and recording 150 African cultures.
For more than 30 years, visual documentarian Carol M. Highsmith has captured life, people, and places across America on behalf of the Library of Congress, where her archive has reached 50,000 images (and growing).
Maria Carolina Sandretto is an Italian photographer based in New York City.
Photojournalist Caroline Bennett strives for a balance in her work that is grounded in ethics, uniquely creative and founded in truth and the dignity of the people represented.
Photographer Carolyn Drake lived in Istanbul between 2007 and 2012, while pursuing documentary projects in Central Asia.
Carolyn Cole is a multiple award-winning photographer and a staff photographer for the Los Angeles Times.
Carolyn Cole, Anne Wilkes Tucker and David Hume Kennerly have been curating and shooting war photography for decades.
Carsten Peter, a World Press Photo award winner and regular contributor to National Geographic magazine, specializes in going to extremes: scuba diving in a glacier on Mont Blanc, crossing the Sahara on a camel, caving in Borneo.
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.