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Josh Davis

Producer

Joshua Davis is an award-winning multimedia journalist and documentary videomaker.


He recently earned his master's degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, where he produced his multimedia thesis, The Undocumentary, about the immigrant rights movement. The project received multiple honors in the 67th College Photographer of the Year Awards, and it was recognized in the 2012 FotoWeekDC International Awards Competition.


Last summer, Joshua served as the managing editor of 100 Gallons, a 2012 special report about water for Powering A Nation.


Joshua previously freelanced in New York and Washington, D.C., where he worked on projects for PBS Frontline, RollingStone.com, The New York Times, Arte, the Travel Channel, and nonprofit organizations. He has served as adjunct faculty at New York University, coached the 2012 Carolina Photojournalism Workshop and taught courses as an Apple Certified Final Cut Pro editing instructor.


In his free time, Joshua enjoys traveling, practicing Spanish, and playing around on his Twitter account.




06.23.14
Five Day Workshop from June 23 - 27, 2014 | Application deadline is May 21, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
07.12.14
Seven Day Workshop from July 12 - 18, 2014 | Application deadline is May 28, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
11.08.14
Seven Day Workshop from November 8 - 14, 2014 | Application deadline is October 1, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
12.01.14
Five Day Workshop from December 1 - 5, 2014 | Application deadline is October 29, 2014
Brooklyn, NY


480 votes for CARE, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Lourdes Pilco is a middle-aged woman who’s spent most of her life working backbreaking jobs for little money. With the help of CARE, Lourdes was able to send her children to school while setting a new standard for women in her community.

Bit by Bit for Heifer International, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Elizabeth grew up in Peru. All she wanted in life was to attend school. But like so many in her community, she was prohibited by her parents. Bit by Bit is the story of a woman unwilling to be marginalized.

In This House for Heifer International, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Sofía first fled her family farm because there was never enough food, then her physically abusive husband. Sofia lived house-to-house for almost a decade. With the assistance of Heifer International, she finally built a house of her own.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Special Presentation - Jeff Bridges for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Jeff Bridges is an Academy Award-winning actor. He is also an accomplished photographer. He's been taking pictures on the set of his movies for more than 30 years, capturing intimate and surprising behind-the-scenes moments.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement - David Goldblatt for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

David Goldblatt spent his life documenting apartheid in South Africa. While many photographers chased mass demonstrations and violent rebellions, Goldblatt focused on the cultural values that led to more than 40 years of repression.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Photojournalism - David Guttenfelder for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Surreal and mysterious, North Korea was a black hole to outsiders wanting a glimpse of the country. That all changed in 2012, when AP photographer David Guttenfelder led the opening of the bureau's newest office inside the North Korea.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Publication - Cristina de Middel for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

The idea of an African space program may sound funny to some, but not to Cristina de Middel. Through a mix of fact and fiction, de Middel forces viewers to reinterpret a 1960s space program in Zambia in her photobook, The Afronauts.

2013 Recipient for the ICP Trustee Award: Pat Schoenfeld for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Pat Schoenfeld, 2013 ICP Trustees Award recipient and last remaining member of ICP's original staff, shares stories from ICP's earliest days and reflects on her continued involvement--though in a different capacity--nearly 40 years later.

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