Joanna Milter

Director of Photography
The New Yorker
   
Location: New York City
Biography: Joanna Milter has been the director of photography at  The New Yorker  since 2015. She was previously part of the award-winning photography department at  The New York Times Magazine  where she worked for eleven years. 
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A Photographer's Portrait of His Wife Breast-Feeding Their Infant Child
joanna milter
Oct 6, 2017
The look of Vincent Ferrané's new series, "Milky Way," which documents his wife breast-feeding their infant child, is somewhere between that of fashion photography and of amateur home snapshots: starkly composed, brightly lit scenes present a world deeply private and tender"a mother and baby joined repeatedly in the act of nourishment, as the father looks on, present but apart. 

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