Daytona Beach, FL – Stephen Crowley, a staff photographer for the New York Times will give a presentation at Daytona State College (DSC) on Thursday, April 20.
Crowley, a 1975 graduate of DSC and a Pulitzer Prize winner, will talk about “Photography, Art and Politics” at 1 PM in room 118 of the Photography Building (530) on the Daytona Beach Campus, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.
Crowley is known for consistently taking risks in his photography and pushing the boundaries of photojournalism. He started his career as a photographer at the Beacon News, then joined the staff of the New York Times in 1992. A personal project of his is called “Crowleygraphs” where he combines 2 or more images of political and personal subjects to create irony.
In 2002, Crowley was named Photographer of the Year by the White House News Photographer’s Association, along with other various awards over the years.
(A photo of Barack Obama and Pope Francis taken by Crowley)
Following Crowley’s presentation, a discussion will be led by James Pearson, director of the college’s Southeast Museum of Photography.
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