Pulitzer Prize Nominee and Assistant Professor at CU Boulder
Idea Worth Sharing: Because human patterns of behavior can predictive, documentarians can lean on this insight to produce work that lends greater insight into what it means to be human. The result? A more empathetic understanding of us all.
Ross is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Boulder and works as a photojournalist and filmmaker. Previously, he was a visiting professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He is the creator of the industry resource: www.imagedeconstructed.com, an interview blog that deconstructs the mental approach behind a photo or scene. Taylor has won numerous national and international awards, including Photojournalist of the Year (Large Markets) for the National Press Photographers Association. His work in a trauma hospital in Afghanistan was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. He’s also been named Northern Photographer of the Year, New England Photographer of the Year, Virginia Photographer of the Year and North Carolina Photographer of the Year (twice).