Dana combines her passion for photography, cultural studies, social issues and multimedia to produce intimate and compelling stories. She believes these stories have the power to break down barriers and build new bridges.
As a freelance photographer and multimedia producer, Dana’s work has appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers, and anthologies. Her documentary video, No Man’s Land: the Women of Mexico, was short-listed for the 2010 Anthropographia Multimedia & Human Rights Award and is currently being screened at film festivals around the globe. She has received numerous honors and awards, including being part of a team at The Charlotte Observer newspaper named a Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal Finalist in Public Service in 2008. Dana’s work has been exhibited in cities including New York, Los Angeles, Geneva, Montreal, Atlanta, Boston and Charlotte, and her work has been featured in National Geographic Magazine, GEO, New York Times, GQ, FORBES, among many others.
Dana holds a B.A. in Cultural Studies/Anthropology from the University of Rochester and an M.A. in Visual Communication/Photojournalism from Ohio University. She is fluent in English and Spanish – and can exchange greetings, order a beer, and negotiate taxi prices in a few African dialects.
More info can be found at danaromanoff.com.
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