Photographer Dominic Bracco II explores the effects of global economics on local communities. Clients include The New York Times Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Dominic is also a founding member of the collective Prime. He is based in Mexico City.
Dominic's work has been recognized with a W. Eugene Smith Fellowship, a Chris Hondros Fund grant, multiple Pulitzer Center grants, and the Tim Hetherington Memorial Award. Dominic was also a finalist for the Alexia Foundation Professional Grant and the Emerging Photographer Fund. In 2012 PDN Magazine named Dominic one of the year's 30 up-and-coming photographers to watch.
Dominic has degrees in journalism and Spanish literature from the University of Texas at Arlington where a 30-print exhibition of his work was held in the Center for Southwestern Studies. His work has been screened and exhibited at educational institutions including George Washington University, the University of San Diego, Davidson College, and Harvard University.