Clinton Cargill is the Visura Director at Vanity Fair. Formerly, he was the director of photography for Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Pursuits. Since he joined Businessweek in 2014, the magazine's photography has been recognized by American Photography, Pictures of the Year International, Photo District News, the New York Press Club, and, for the first time this year, as a finalist for a national magazine award in feature photography. Before joining Businessweek, he was a photo editor at The New York Times Magazine, where he worked from 2004 - 2014. He currently serves on the board of directors at the Center of Photography at Woodstock.Clinton was the photo editor at The New York Times Magazine since 2006, producing amazing images for covers, photo essays, and special issues, as well as video and multimedia for the Magazine online. Working closely with the NYTMag‘s legendary photo director Kathy Ryan (by magazine law, any mention of her name must be preceded by the word ‘legendary’), Clinton helped create the World Cup issue and “A Game of Shark and Minnow,” a cover story and multimedia piece that was a finalist for a National Magazine Award and was nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy.
(cover portrait by Kathy Ryan)