Paula Bronstein’s many awards and honors span decades, a lifetime of frontline news and documentary photography across the globe. She is a multiple nominee and award winner of contests including the Pulitzer, Pictures of the Year International, the National Press Photographer’s Association and, most recently, Days Japan. She has judged for the World Press Photo Award, exhibited extensively, and given interviews to media in the US, Australia and across Asia. Paula worked as staff photographer for major US newspapers including The Hartford Courant and the Chicago Tribune before moving to Bangkok where she went on to work for Getty Images as a staff photographer.
Paula’s images have been published in major outlets around the world. Her work reflects a dedicated humanitarian and visual war correspondent finding moments that others might overlook. She continues to photograph presidents and kings, natural disasters, political turmoil and conflict, and always the most impoverished and vulnerable people, from Mongolia to Afghanistan and Africa. Paula is currently freelance, represented by Reportage/Getty Images.
Group and Individual shows: Annenberg Space for Photography. Korea Photo Biennale, Daegu, Korea. Photoville and The Fence, New York. Afghanistan: “Between Life and War” Perpignan, France, Hong Kong, Bangkok. Women Between Peace and War Afghanistan: New York, Miami, Denver, Chicago, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, South Korea, Dubrovnik, and Kabul, Afghanistan.